Digital gaming has become a tremendous marketplace since the original release of Atari and Nintendo. Nowadays modern iPhone or Android devices connect into their respective app stores where users can download new games to play. There is a slow but steady demand for these products in countries all over the world.
Programmers are one piece of this, but you can’t forget about UI designers. Artists get the process started by designing how the game should look and function on a touchscreen.
This showcase includes a handful of brilliant interfaces for mobile smartphone video games. If you’re thinking of designing your own mobile game UI then these screenshots would be fantastic to gather ideas or see how others designers approach similar concepts. Read More
Artists on Dribbble like to publish their user experience ideas in the form of GIF animations. These interfaces are typically designed in Photoshop and then ported into After Effects for polishing. iPhone apps are the most common interfaces with a wide range of generic animated effects.
Although many of these designs have been created for the iPhone, most effects can be transferred onto any smartphone or tablet device. I’ve included the full GIF animation for each interface along with a link back to the original Dribbble shot. If you have any other unique or interesting UI/UX animations feel free to share with us in the comments section. Read More
A surge of popular mobile applications have built greater demand from audiences around the world. This leaves a giant chasm of work for the most talented interface designers. But in order to design relatable interfaces you need to know what people are looking for – and more importantly, how people interact with their smartphone or tablet device.
This gallery includes 36 outstanding and recent examples of iOS user interface mockups. iPhone applications are still a primary focus of designers and developers. But the iPad has come up quickly with a lot of games and digital suites released on both devices. If you need some creative iOS-styled UI inspiration scan over the examples listed below. Read More
Following on from 10 Alternative iOS 7 Design Concepts, I wanted to share with you a handy collection if iPhone 5s templates. The iPhone 5s mockups are mostly in PSD format, there are also crisp vector formats and some have thrown in the iPhone 5c template also.
These iPhone 5s PSD templates are super handy for creating app mockups, responsive web mockups and presenting work to clients. Share and enjoy! Read More
A couple of months back I featured some pretty cool examples of flat web design trend, I find myself rather enjoying the simplicity of some the flat UI's designers are creating. I have also noticed the flat design trend being applied to mobile and desktop device templates. Today I wanted to share with you some… Read More
iPhone & iPad app design has come a very long way in a relatively short time, nowadays users expect a pixel perfect, polished interface and smooth user experience. Transferring the iOS app branding to a web landing page to promote your app is essential, the app landing page needs to convey the app look & feel and deliver the ‘elevator pitch’ all on a single page design. The aim of an app landing page is essentially to push users through to the download page, conveying all the required information onto a single page can be tough – today I wanted to showcase a collection of iPhone app landing pages that do all of the above and retain their aesthetics appearance. Read More
When working in Xcode there are many different views you can attach into your iPhone App. Most of them work within Objective-C libraries, but the UIWebView class is particularly different. This gives you have the ability to render a full HTML webpage inside your iOS app. This can provide a solution for developers who are… Read More