Free iPhone5 and iPad mini mockups, come and get em!
Awesome Apple device icon PSDs posted by http://favbulous.com, they have a lot of free PSDs resources check them out here.
Style Tiles are a design deliverable consisting of fonts, colors and interface elements that communicate the essence of a visual brand for the web.
This month’s freebie is an awesome icon pack called “Trough The Cracks” by Media Junkie. An extra thank you to Media Junkie aka MDA Design for providing us with our second exclusive freebie. Do you have a freebie you would like us to feature? contact us here.
Apple’s own industrial design style has become quite influential and I find my self still needing more and more Apple device Psd and vector graphics for design work. Luckly there are several designers who have created amazing mock ups that can be used for all ranges of digital, apple inspired projects. Here a few FREE for commercial use mockups.
Check out this awesome FREE UI elements (psd) from Themes Kingdom, a high quality, well designed glossy UI pack. Themes Kingdom are primarily a theme provider, but the have a pretty impressive freebies section. And hey you might even like their themes. You should really check them out.
Another great freebie, this one was featured on Orman Clark’s Premium Pixels website, he does premium WordPress themes and provides all sorts of amazing design resources on his site. Check him out at www.premiumpixels.com
It’s hard to go a day browsing the web without finding really amazing high quality FREE resources these days. http://designmoo.com is a community for discovering and sharing free PSDs, vectors, textures, patterns, fonts, and more. You will have to see it for yourself, tons of really juicy and crisp graphic elements, FREE. Here are a few previews, source link at the bottom, enjoy.
Subtle Patterns is website made by Atle Mo, there he provides a nice selection of really nice high quality tileable patterns that can be downloaded for free. PNG and even photoshop .PAT file formats are offered.
I recently upgraded my iPhone 3GS to a 4. I was, like many, planning on skipping the 4-series altogether and waiting for the iPhone 5 to come out before upgrading. My 3GS was still working good enough in all aspects, and I’m not trying to keep up with Apple’s product cycles. I was disappointed when the announcement was made that the new iPhone release was for the 4S.