The best free UI kits, February 2015

Paddi Macdonnell.
February 23, 2015
The best free UI kits, February 2015.
Designers love UI Kits. They’re a great way to explore ideas, and they’re a great palette cleanser after a difficult project. Another reason to love them is that they give us incredible insights into the minds of other designers, without a client complicating things. As such they’re a great way to spot trends as they develop. Today we’ve gathered together some of the very best UI Kits from the last month, together with some slightly older kits that plug a few gaps. All of these UI kits are free to download and you’ll find resources for Photoshop, Illustrator, and Sketch, amongst others. UI Kits are an especially good jumping off point for our own projects, so let’s jump in!

Oh no, not another UI Kit

A great flat UI kit with tons of elements, “Oh no, not another UI Kit” features simple line icons, straitforward layout and a cheeky sense of humor. 001

Flat UI Kit

A flat UI kit based on Twitter Bootstrap. Supplied in PSD format. 002

Retina UI web kit

A retina ready UI kit in which dark elements combine with Material Design colors for a powerful effect. 003


A comprehensive UI kit with tons of pop culture colors. 004

Hero UI

Don’t be fooled by the name, this pseudo-flat UI kit is suitable for any number of projects, although it certainly gives off a comic book vibe. 005

Yosemite UI Kit

Designed exclusively for Sketch 3 this UI kit is perfect for mocking up Mac app screens. 007

L Bootstrap

This kit features over two dozen different PSDs, in the Android Lollipop style. 008


This unique UI kit is designed for prototyping, but will also give your finished designs a lovely hand-drawn feel. 009

Publica UI Kit

Publica is a comprehensive set of block-style UI elements ideally suited to responsive design. 010

Mini UI Kit

Designed for Sketch 3, the dark tones in this UI kit add an extra feel of sophistication. 011

Clino UI Kit

Clino UI Kit is a simple set of UI elements in PSD format, that will suit most modern design projects. 012

Quadruple Ferial

This UI kit is a perfect blend of minimalism and Google Material Design. It’s ideal for mobile projects. 013

Clean White

This sophisticated and sexy UI kit has more than 55 separate elements and is perfect for all manner of high-end design projects. 014


Eventray is an amazing, comprehensive UI kit that beautifully executes Flat Design. 015

Number One UI Kit

This sports-based UI kit includes some great specialist UI elements like league tables, and individual sports icons. 016

Free Minimal UI Kit

This UI kit is based on the Twitter Bootstrap framework and is fully responsive. 017

Gumballz Web UI Kit

Gumballz Web UI Kit is a quirky, original take on the standard UI kit. Clean minimal design meets beach house colors. 018

Winter UI Kit

This UI kit has over 50 elements and icons, all supplied as scaleable vectors in PSD format. 019

eShop UI Kit

eShop UI Kit is a vibrant set of UI elements aimed squarely at ecommerce designers. 020

Free Combination UI Kit

With bold colors and simple Material Design inspired shapes, this UI kit is perfect for modern dashboard designs. 021

Free Android UI Kit

Free Android UI Kit gives you 8 sets of related elements for designing mobile apps. 022

Clean & Light Gradient UI Kit

This light dashboard UI kit features line icons and subtle gradients. 023

Personal Dashboard UI Kit

A bold and confident dashboard UI. 024

FooKit Web Footer PSD Kit

This UI kit is aimed at website footers. It includes social media links, site navigation, and more. 026

Boring Cards

Boring cards is a card based UI kit all designed around the golden ratio. 027

iPhone 6 UI Kit

The iPhone 6 UI Kit is designed for the latest version of Apple’s smartphone, but it works just as well for Android and Windows. 028

Paddi MacDonnell

Paddi MacDonnell is a designer and entrepreneur from Northern Ireland, follow her on Twitter.

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