Pharmagy is a free medical app design concept created and released by Adam Sokołowski, UX/UI Designer at Softnauts. This fantastic freebie includes 4 ready-made screens for Sketch that you can use to build your own app or just for inspiration.
This is a complete messaging kit solution including components for building social and team collaboration chats, live streams, in-game chats, customer support, and more. And it’s totally free!
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Ticketapp is a free event booking app design concept released by Check JCD that includes 12 ready-made screens. Freebie is available for Sketch and Figma. Below you can see a sample of all provided screens. Hope you enjoy that!
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Devices is a big collection of free device mockups for Sketch released by Facebook Design. It now includes all Apple devices (MacBooks, iPhones, iPads and more) plus many other brands (Google devices, HTC, Dell, Samsung, Motorola, Nokia, Huawei and many more).
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Today’s freebie is a social UI kit released by Pixsellz exclusively for Freebiesbug. Freebie includes 3 ready-made screens with 30+ UI components that might come in handy if you need to build a social feed with profile pages or more.
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Today’s freebie is a slick set of resizable buttons for Sketch built with the new Smart Layout feature, introduced with Sketch V58.
No extra plugin is required: this button set relies on layer styles and text styles, so you can have full shape control, and change from square corners to the radius or rounded corners in a couple of clicks. Smart, isn’t it?
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Iconoir is a complete set of simple SVG vector icons made by Luca Burgio, product designer based in Milan. The full pack is an incredible toolkit including 700+ icons to be used for building any kind of user interface, and it’s available on for a few bucks.
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