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Android Nougat UI Kit
Android Nougat UI Kit
UI Template
Current version 1.0
Current version 1.0
A huge UI kit with meticulously crafted Android Nougat vector assets including most screens and common interface elements, controls, shapes, containers and icons. Your go to resource when designing Android apps.
A huge UI kit with meticulously crafted Android Nougat vector assets including most screens and common interface elements, controls, shapes, containers and icons. Your go to resource when designing Android apps.
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Highlights
Most Android Nougat UI Elements
Smart organized artboards with vector objects
Highlights
Most Android Nougat UI Elements
Smart organized artboards with vector objects
Common Elements as Symbols
Compatibility
CC 15+
Compatibility
Sketch 3.0+
What's inside?
This is a Photoshop document that holds a large library of Android Nougat UI assets for your app-designing needs. Create high fidelity Android app mockups with these vector objects organized into clever artboards. Quickly build out your interface, base your design off standard material design elements and tweak till you or your client is happy.
How do I use it?
You’ll need Photoshop CC. Open the PSD file in Photoshop. Edit directly in the template file or create a new document and drag in / copy assets from the layers pane. Build out your interface by copying and editing these assets in artboards.
Why does it cost money?
To ensure an up-to-date and growing collection of carefully crafted designer tools, access to this resource is reserved for subscribing members. It only takes a minute to sign up and membership is a low fee that can be cancelled any time. Your support makes this resource and several other resources sustainable. Learn more about membership by going to the sign up page.
What's inside?
This is a Sketch document that holds Sketch Symbols and Screens for iOS 10 UI assets for your app-designing needs. It also uses Text Styles and Shared Styles as much as possible. This enables you to create, remix and tweak the default UI extremely fast.
How do I use it?
You’ll need SketchApp. Open the Sketch file in Sketch. Create a new page and start adding artboards and then symbols to those artboards. If you need to edit a symbol beyond what is possible then right click and "Detach from symbol". You can read more about symbols, shared styles and text styles on the Sketch documentation
Why does it cost money?
To ensure an up-to-date and growing collection of carefully crafted designer tools, access to this resource is reserved for subscribing members. It only takes a minute to sign up and membership is a low fee that can be cancelled any time. Your support makes this resource and several other resources sustainable. Learn more about membership by going to the sign up page.
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