Finally, you are ready to put a new mobile app on the market. Surely you expect it to take the audience by storm. As we all know, people buy not only the product but also its packaging. So without a well-thought-out presentation, chances are, it simply won’t do. Presentations of old won’t do either, neither will lengthy feature lists or plain screenshots. Why not jump on an upcoming trend? Present your new app in a vibrant, lively way by showing someone actually use it. This can be done with GIF or HTML5, where GIF seems to be the preferred path these days. We have compiled a set of 25 free gesture icons packs in different formats, such as vectors, sketches, PSDs and more to help you get that presentation straight. Furthermore the GIFs you are about to create are very useful in tutorials too. You should definitely give it a try…
Gestures are quite a few. Would you be able to name all of them? Let’s try:
tap; double tap; drag; flick; pinch; spread; press; press and tap; press and drag; rotate; scroll; multi-finger drag; squeeze; two-finger drag; drag hand; 2 finger drop up/down; thumb/3 finger pitch; wave; pin rotate; drawing “check mark”, “x”, “?”
Did I miss out on any? Anyway, check our collection and make your choice.
Nataly is an internet entrepreneur and an amateur web designer and developer from Sevastopol, Ukraine. She is running a blog for web designers and developers where you can find some inspirational and useful stuff. In her spare time she reads books, unveils the secrets of the world and plays volleyball. Visit her blog or follow her on twitter