Free download: Aresio Web UI Kit

We have an amazing Web UI Kit designed by Vlade Dimovski, a freelance graphic designer from Macedonia. The kit called “Aresio” has a clean, elegant and modern look. You will find the PSD file well layered and organized, with included hover and pressed states.

You can get other freebies from Vlade here, or you can purchase some of his commercial items via his Graphic River portfolio.

The files can be used for personal and commercial use. Attribution is not necessary but will be appreciated.

The Kit is available for free to all WDD and MightyDeals subscribers, simply enter your email address below to gain instant access and download the files.

See the full preview after the jump… Enjoy!

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  • Eduardo

    Outside experimentation I don’t know who can make use of these kits. If designers made Jquery UI theme with theirs designs and ideas, developers could easily try and use them.

    • Anonymous

       same thought…

  • Submit Design

    I just love them ! thank you for sharing 1 

  • Walter

    It has been tested in Firefox, Safari, Chrome and Opera and works in all of them (Windows and Mac). Perhaps one of the extensions that you have in Firefox is blocking it. It’s possible that you have an ad-blocker which is causing it not to appear as it thinks that this JavaScript based widget is an ad. Or you may have JavaScript disabled in Firefox. Check that you have JavaScript enabled and try disable all of your extensions and ad blockers and then try again to see if it works correctly.

  • Edward Lewis

     Really nice designs on this, clean and simple.. perfect!

  • KreativTheme

    It looks great … I will surely get it … maybe i can find some use for some if the elements on our website 

  • Paul Weston

    Thought this was a great resource
    article. I love articles like these because I am always trying to
    improve how I approach and design aspects like buttons, sliders and
    resources like this give me a heads up and a starting point to work
    from so I can expand on what is there and give me some great inspiration. Great article and I look
    forward to more from you.