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11 Free Icon Packs for designer and developers

11 Free Icon Packs for designer and developers

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1. Iconly – Essential icons

Free Icon

Icon Pack Design By Piqodesign

120+ Free icons for your next project in 5 styles (Light, Bold, Bulk, Two-tone, Broken)

What’s inside:

  • 5 Styles (Light, Bold, Bulk, Two-tone, Broken)
  • Organized library for Sketch, XD, Figma
  • Fully vector
  • Grid size 24px
  • Pixel Perfect
  • Trendy
  • Easy to use in Sketch, XD, Figma, Ai, PSD, PNG, SVG, Iconjar




Icon Pack Design By Seongjin Kim


3. 400+ Free Icons

400+ Free Icons


Icon Pack Design By Ahmed Agrma



4.Free Web Icon Collection

Web Icons Collection

Icon Pack Design By Viktor Yelisseyev

Download links:

Round Web Icons Pack

Black round web icons

Rounded square web icons

5. 70 Vector Icons


Icon Pack Design By Pixel Surplus , Valentina G

70 Vector Icons, from Valentina G, are fully resizable vector graphics in an AI file. Each icon is unique and creatively curated to make your projects eye-catching.


6. Free cryptocurrencies icons pack

Free cryptocurrencies icons pack

Icon Pack Design By Iconshock & ByPeople

This free cryptocurrencies icons pack contains 50 icons representing the most important or relevant cryptocurrencies like bitcoin, primecoin, ethereum, stellar lumen, blackcoin and zcoin, along with virtual currency and altcoins concepts like mining, blockchain and wallet, all of them as flat icons in a 2.5 color icons style: a solid color and a subtle gradient. All these vector icons have source ai files, plus svg and 8 png sizes.


7. Free basic UI icons

Free basic UI icons

Icon Pack Design By Angela Angelini

Totally free UI icons for commercial and personal use

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8.Gesture Icon Freebie

Gesture Icon Freebie

Icon Pack Design By Rena Xiao

This touch screen gesture combines rectangle with rounded corner.this project is free to download, you can use it to create your own work


9.Education icon set

Education icon set

Icon Pack Design By Selin Ozgur

Education// Free Icon Set – Designed for You are free to use for personal or commercial purposes, to share or to modify it. You are not allowed to sub-license, resell or rent it.


10. 80 free ui icon

80 free ui icon

Icon Pack Design By Enes Dal


11.Food icon set

Food icon setFood icon set

Icon Pack Design By Selin Ozgur

Food Icon Set // Free – Designed for You are free to use for personal or commercial purposes, to share or to modify it. You are not allowed to sub-license, resell or rent it.






6 Awesome Free UI Kits to save you countless hours of work

6 Awesome Free UI Kits to save you countless hours of work

We Collect 6 of the best free UI kits for you to download easily , Let’s go see..

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1. eCommerce – Free UI Kit

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Design By ICEO team , Patryk Polak , Oswald Bednarski , Oliwer Kotecki

This UI Kit is a result of months of research, UX design and optimization. We’ve decided to make it available for free, so that web developers and designers alike may make the best of it.

Free Download UI Kit

2. Free UI Kit

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Design By 10Clouds Team , W Zielinski , Milosz Pirog

Free Download UI Kit

3. Backpack – UI Kit Free for Adobe XD

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UI Kit Design By Raza Shah

Backpack is a Free UI Kit for Adobe XD to design social experiences with travelers on your trips. Includes 50+ customizable screens across seven categories like Social Feed, Messaging, Music, Book Trips, and Buying Tickets.

4. Social Meet Up UI Kit FREE for Adobe XD

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UI Design By Aurélien SALOMON , Lindsay Munro

Social Meet Up is a free iOS UI Kit made for Adobe XD. It includes more than 80 screens organized in 6 categories and designed with a unique style to set yourself apart. Speed up your design workflow and customize it as much as you want with Adobe XD.

Free Download

5. E-Comm Free UI Kit for Adobe XD

Free Download UI Kit

Design By Nimasha Perera, Lindsay Munro

e-Comm is a free UI kit that contains 22 well organized and layered app screen designs, covering all the main user flows. All main UI elements are separated on to one ‘Components’ artboard, so any element could be directly grabbed from there and be added to your design project. Even though this UI kit was mainly created for online stores, the components by themselves could be used on a variety of apps. There are many UI components such as lists, tags, message bubbles, comments, different button states, to name a few. Be sure to check it out and download the UI kit.


6. Body form : Fitness App UI Kit Freebie

App UI Kit Freebie

App UI Kit Design By Merixstudio Team , Michał Mleczak

Fitness apps are the key helpers for people who strive to get fit. Their functionality gives a lot of opportunities and makes keeping fit easier. Understanding the significant impact

of these applications on users’ everyday life, we made our best to activate the problem-solving potential of fitness apps and prepared a free set of essential UI elements to be used in these apps.

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Industrial Design Inspiration Weekly Inspiration

Outstanding Industrial Designs 37

Outstanding Industrial Designs In Weekly Outstanding Industrial Designs we Showcasing top 7 Industrial Designer/Product Designer every week. we pick this set of weekly inspiration from Behance.

Take a look at our last week Outstanding Industrial Designs here.

Industrial Design for Sensarii Powerband By sam weise

A smart swimming wearable measuring force output.

Sensarii are a startup within Australia developing a product that offers swimmers and triathletes a totally new way to train.

The scope of the work was to package the technology into a form that worked ergonomically and create a distinctive brand language that is recognisable as “sensarii”.

Industrial Design



AROUND B has been manufactured to increase the popularity of indoor autonomous robots whose high price tag has so far prevented their penetration in the consumer market. By making them more accessible, people will be able to experience a number of indoor autonomous driving robot services in different spaces and environments.

Industrial Design,Product Design,Branding


Astra Chair By Mauricio Sanin

Astra is the result of multiple nights where I sketch and illustrate different products and furniture concepts. This is a comfortable, good looking chair where you can sit for a long time and relax. Due to its multiple parts, I imagine a wide range of materials and finishing options. It can be plastic (polyurethane) & wood, textile & wood, textile & plastic, leather & wood, not to mention other possible combinations.

Industrial Design,Furniture Design,Product Design


Jaguar Synthspeed By Hayden Ahn , Keun-young Oh

Jaguar SYNTHSPEED is a proposal of the Jaguar’s future motorsports and a tribute for the brand’s prospected 100th racing anniversary in the year 2048. Combining the racing with electronic music, which will also reach the centennial in 2048, Jaguar SYNTHSPEED proposes the new kind of emotion in the post-combustion era motorsports

Automotive Design,Industrial Design,Product Design


Wireless Smart Charger for 3M By SWNA office

The project involved designing 3M’s first wireless charger and building it with its own wireless charging system which was developed in-house. We thought long and hard to answer questions such as, ”What is the essence of 3M?,” “What is the design philosophy and design language of 3M?”, and ultimately came to the conclusion that the answer to those questions could be best answered with the word “rationality.”

Outstanding Industrial Designs


Samsung Galaxy Fold mini concept By Alexander Bazilewskiy

Galaxy Fold mini with an ultra-widescreen will be useful for working, gaming and watching movies. It is a compact and huge device at the same time. The concept uses copper-plated steel case, and rear camera with 3 lenses, which you can use even for selfies.

Industrial Design,Interaction Design


Breeze Air​​​​​​​ By BKID co

Breeze air is Smart  Formaldehyde(CH2O) Detector. The structure is simple to stand & wall-hanging. when you check the your space air concentration. just hang and detect several air quality information.

UI/UX,Industrial Design,Product Design

Industrial Design Inspiration Weekly Inspiration

Outstanding Industrial Designs 35

Outstanding Industrial Designs In Weekly Outstanding Industrial Designs we Showcasing top 7 Industrial Designer/Product Designer every week. we pick this set of weekly inspiration from Behance.

Take a look at our last week Outstanding Industrial Designs here.

Dex Book – concept By Kwanjun Ryu , Jaejin Bong

Dex book allows to enlarge experience of your Mobile phone.

Industrial Design,UI/UX,Interaction Design



A PDA designed for women By 陈 师华

Industrial Design


S E C O N D A R Y A R E A By HeeJoo Han , kyung seob Yang , sujin song , Fountain Studio

Clamp is a tool that strengtens or supports an object firmly. And that was the only function of the tool. We wanted to escape the stereotype of the tool to change it into a interior product.

Industrial Design,Graphic Design


By BK Hwang , suin lim , 홍 지호

“dinos” boasting a cute figure with a brightly rounded curve is an electric brush with the motif of the ancient dinosaur ,Brachiosaurus. The existing electric brush has a slightly mechanic design and feels a little resistant to purchase. So we designed an electric brush that can be accessed without resistance by anyone, old young and man and women. “dinos” has a design value in one product, you can see the result of the interior no matter where you place it. It also makes you feel to collectvariety of colors in a collection, making it more attractive when two or more are collected and then placed.

Industrial Design,Product Design,Graphic Design


Lapis Keyboard By Tim Zarki

Lapis is a low profile mechanical keyboard design inspired by fashion and eye wear materials.

Industrial Design,Art Direction


By Haoyu Fang

Industrial Design,Painting,Automotive Design


not products shots By Gonzalo Miranda

Compilation of product shots I´ve made for practice, some of them are part of Render Weekly

Industrial Design,Art Direction,Illustration

Design Tips UX Design

5 emerging UX trends in 2019

UX trends in 2019

What trends are UX designers going to have to consider?

With technology constantly moving forward the industry has to adapt to new UX design strategies. Here’s what’s hot today.

The user experience is more important than ever.

If a user doesn’t get the right experience when visiting a site or device then they will simply go elsewhere to get the experience they want.

Typically, the user experience has been based on click and gestures on websites and apps, but as web design tools progress, new technologies are becoming more and more commonplace and are changing the parameters of a good user experience. Think about how voice has changed the way that you interact with your devices and how you search the web.

Here, we take a peek at the UX trends that are shaping the now and the future, and outline what you need to know about them.

01. Voice User Interfaces (VUIs)

Voice user interfaces (VUIs) allow the user to interact with a system through voice or speech commands. Virtual assistants, such as Alexa and Siri, are common examples of VUIs today. The way users interact with voice user interfaces is very different to graphical ones, so you may quickly find yourself unsure of how to create great user experiences for VUIs.

The intricate nature of user’s conversing with a VUI means a designer needs to pay close attention to how easily a user might overstep with expectations, because individuals normally associate voice with personal communication.

02. Storytelling for a more memorable experience

From a consumer’s point of view, UX design is no longer a unique selling point, it’s now an expectation. Humans become engrossed in stories and a good story has the power to create empathy with the user. Because more brands seek new and innovative ways to stand out from the rest, we will see a growing trend towards storytelling in UX.

However, learning how to incorporate storytelling into the design process will be one of the biggest challenges for UXers this year, but it also represents a huge area of opportunity for both brands and UXers who want to stand out.

03. UX for wearables

UX trends in 2019Think about how to design for wearables such as watches

During the past year, we’ve been witnessing the rise of a variety of wearables, from smartwatches to portable devices to monitor the quality of your sleep or your heart rate, for example. And their popularity will just continue to grow in 2019. So, it’s up to the UX designer to optimise the experience of these devices.

It’s an appealing space for designers that are intrigued by the idea of working at the intersection of fashion, technology and wellness, which adds that additional layer to the significance of user experience design.

04. AI for personalised experiences

UX trends in 2019AI plus UX = a host of design possibilites

With the rise of artificial intelligence and machine learning, companies now have the opportunity to take a more personalised approach towards customers. AI will not replace UX designers but they can work together to give the user what they want. It’s about matching user information that AI collects with the knowledge of the UX designer.

Brands such as Netflix have known to curate content recommendations with their proprietary algorithm. This way, you’ll deliver a great experience based on the preferences, tastes, behaviours and characteristics of your user.

05. UX to drive business

Based on the trends we’ve already spoken about, UX design will continue to be the driver of business success, as more and more companies discover the return of investment when designing great products. The potential for design-driven growth is massive in both product and service-based sectors.

In short, a good user experience is clearly good for business. According to a study by Forester, companies who invest in UX, see a lower cost of customer acquisition, lower support cost, increased customer retention and increased market share.

Design Tips

8 tips for a great dashboard UI

The technical age we live in today is evolving each day with various brilliant technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), Business Intelligence, and BlockChain, which are becoming an inevitable part of our daily lives. These smart technologies use complex algorithms to quickly analyse tons of data, and present users with useful information. But, what’s the point of data or information, if the user cannot understand or relate to it? Or worse, what if they are unable to find it useful or benefit from it? This is the very reason to why dashboard designs have recently gained a lot of importance.

In one of our previous blogs, Seven pro tips to nail dashboard design, we discussed the functional, A.K.A, the UX side of the dashboard design. This piece, on the other hand, is about the visual design of a dashboard, as UI of a dashboard is equally important in order to make it usable and fun. However, before we delve into how to make dashboards look their very best, here is a quick recap of essential features of a great dashboard:

  • An effective dashboard shows useful information that a user can act upon, as well as makes the visual representation of what is otherwise complicated data, easy to understand.
  • A good dashboard is able to help its users comprehend, analyze, as well as present key insights.
  • They’re easy to customize, are not convoluted, and most importantly, are extremely intuitive.
  • Although there’s a limit on space, great dashboards have room for the most important data components and widgets without seeming too cluttered.

Here are a couple of visual nitty-gritties of dashboard design:

Consistency is Key


8 tips for a great dashboard UI


When it comes to a dashboard, it’s important to remain consistent in terms of visual design, throughout. An undeviating design on all devices is what we are talking about. Most users own multiple devices that have varying screen sizes, such as smartphones, tablets, and desktops, and hence, it’s extremely important to ensure that the dashboard is consistent in terms of the way it looks and functions on each of these devices, whether it’s in terms of colors, fonts, placement of elements, navigation, or even the style of charts. It’s advisable to follow the golden rule of design by starting with the smallest screen first, as this helps in creating visually appealing spaces for the most important information first and leads towards creating the perfect user interface design that enhances the abilities of a great UX, as well.

Convey the Important Information First

Content hierarchy is the heart and soul of designing a dashboard but is something that is achieved during the UX stage of dashboard design. However, It is only through visual design, that the most vital information can be conveyed to users in an appealing and usable manner. This stage not only helps in freezing the layout but also helps define the design guidelines.


8 tips for a great dashboard UI


  • Card layout is generally the most preferred form, because it allows for concise data classification, along with flexibility for easy customisation.
  • Central alignment is most recommended, as users perceive that part of the information first.
  • 18 Pixel Font is the maximum to be used.
  • Distinctive color should be used for highlighting the information.

Easy Customisation

While designing a dashboard it’s important not to take a “one size fits all” approach. This is because firstly, we have multiple user roles with varying needs and priorities; and secondly, designs should be scalable. It’s really important to focus on empowering users with designs that they can adjust to fit their individual business needs — this could be as simple adding or deleting a column, or as complex as adding a whole new module.


8 tips for a great dashboard UI


Basically, no matter what the complexity the adjustment is, good dashboard design should always allow for easy customization.

  • Try using easy to drag and drop interaction for customizable dashboard
  • Allow for easy modifications like addition/deletion of fields
  • Provide different color themes if possible
  • Give different options for viewing/downloading data

In Terms of Charts, Less is More

As designers, we generally get very excited by the varieties of ideas of presenting data differently, which tends to make us go overboard. But, charts are the primary data visualisation tool for users and they should be simple — fancy, complicated charts should be avoided.


8 tips for a great dashboard UI


  • Bar charts, pie charts, and line charts are easy on the eyes and work well in compact places.
  • Try to avoid 3D charts, and use charts with a flat design instead, as they’re easier to comprehend, and tend to look neater.

Pay Attention to the Iconography


8 tips for a great dashboard UI


Generally ignored, but a very vital component of a dashboard UI is icons. The best dashboard designs include icons that are familiar. For instance, a trash can symbolizes ‘delete’ and everyone can easily recognize its function. Dashboards are probably used multiple times a day by users and are accessed for quick action or information. Hence, obvious signifiers reduce the processing time and help create great UX and UI.

Remember to Use the Right Font

Both, the style of the font and its size are equally important when it comes to UX and UI. While designing a dashboard, it’s advisable to use not more than two font styles for cleaner UI design.


8 tips for a great dashboard UI


Creating a visual hierarchy (in the inverted pyramid style) with all the written content present on the dashboard is very important. You can do this by putting the most important insights in the largest font and probably in a distinctive color, and put the not-so-important information in a smaller font size.

Color Psychology is More Important Than You May Think

Different colors denote different things. Think about a traffic light. The red light requires us to stop, and the green means we can continue driving. Now, imagine having a green light that requires us to stop, and a red light that conveys we can keep on driving. Wouldn’t that be really confusing? This is why, in order to achieve a good dashboard UI, it’s extremely important to be mindful of the colors used in the dashboard design.


8 tips for a great dashboard UI


Besides using the right colors, it’s important to keep in mind not to go overboard with the colors used. In order to use color correctly for a dashboard, it’s vital to leverage contrast. You could start by using just two colors that match well, such as complementary colors.

Final Thoughts

The aforementioned tips will surely help in creating a better dashboard UI design, but they’re worthless if you don’t know the user. If you know your users’ preferences well, you will be able to determine what kind of style needs to be employed on a dashboard. Furthermore, it would help to precisely tailor the designs according to the specific needs of your audience, which in turn will make them find the dashboard useful. Imagine designing a corporate-looking dashboard for children! It would surely make them wary of the dashboard, wouldn’t it? And imagine a dashboard for businessmen that has the Looney Toons all over it — it’ll obviously lose every ounce of seriousness that it’s supposed to have. That’s why, even in visual design, knowing the user is of utmost importance. For an in-depth understanding of employing research techniques, you could check out our blog on user research.

After all, as Frank Chimero rightly said, “People ignore designs that ignore people”.


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Shiva Shankar, UI DesignerLollypop Design Studio

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