Blast from the Past #1: 90 Best Free User Interface Kits of 2014
While all the design industry collects assumptions about what’s to come or is brainstorming fresh solutions to make predictions about the future of website design, we are going to take a look back, trying to get the most out of the previous year. Although “past is in the past”, however, when it comes to website design, nothing disappears without a trace. As a rule, plenty of tools, resources and viable stuff that were quite popular and pretty helpful last year, will remain sought after in the next, providing almost the same scope of benefit as before. What’s more, as practice shows, not every trend is a fad. The more consistent, strong and pervasive ones, such as Flat style still run the show and won’t go anywhere. Instead, they are bound to mature and take a more sophisticated form. Whatever there’ll be, having a bunch of professionally crafted templates that comply with current requirements and meet trends won’t hurt.
Today we open our series with a substantial collection that covers a variety of free GUI packs. Of course, most of them are made according to flat style principles; however, there are some that are completely off the beaten track, offering unique and unorthodox variations.
Starting from small kits with integral components and ending with comprehensive packs that embrace all fundamental and optional elements, we hope you find what you need.
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