Giveaway! Win 4 Impressionist UI Packs from DesignModo

Giveaway! Win 4 Impressionist UI Packs from DesignModo


 Giveaway! Win 4 Impressionist UI Packs from DesignModo

Introduction

Impressionist UI is the world’s biggest user interface elements pack. We have decided to chip in, because we are good at this and have designed a huge pack that contains over 300 elements for web design that represent almost anything one can imagine. The elements are so far distributed on 5 pages. You can find here: Edit Boxes, Tabs, Buttons, Notification Windows, Menus, fast solutions for the Menu tabs, Windows, Backgrounds, Graphics, Sliders, Informational blocks and many others. All the elements have been done in Photoshop using Shapes. This means that all the elements can be zoomed in or out without losing quality. They can be used for web design, mobile interfaces or illustrations. It all depends on your imagination.

Shmidt Sergey was the one to design this cool pack containing 200 (x3) icons. You can change and adapt the icons considering your own tastes and resize them from 16x16px to any size you would think of- anyhow they will look cool. All the icons have been skillfully made using 16 pixels, by respecting real proportions; this is why they will always be spotted no matter the size whether it’s a favicon or a poster at the airport. Impressionist UI contains a full package of icons that any designer should have access to.

DesignModo is a great resource of informative material for designers, web developers, graphic artists or just curious folks looking for inspiration.

Impressionist UI

What do you get?

The awesome Impressionist UI Packs: One developer and 3 personal copies.

How to Win!

  1. Follow us on Twitter: @designmodo and @quenesswebblog. Like on Facebook: DesignModo and QuenessWebblog
  2. Tweeting LIKE this: Giveaway! Win 4 Impressionist UI Packs! http://bit.ly/HFWFxN @designmodo @quenesswebblog, OR share post on Facebook.
  3. To be in with a chance of winning one of the DesignModo prizes, all you have to do is leave a comment below and tell us, what do you love the most about Impressionist UI? Be creative, fun and most importantly unique!

Good luck!

Winners!

Congratulation to the following readers, you guys have won a copy of the world biggest UI kits!

  • Rohan (Developer Copy)
  • tiffany c
  • James Knight
  • Rushan

Author: Kevin Liew

Kevin Liew is a web designer and developer and keen on contributing to the web development industry. He loves frontend development and absolutely amazed by jQuery. Feel free to say hi to me, or follow @quenesswebblog on twitter.

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9 comments

tiffany c
Tue, 10th April 2012
I like how I can use this for web design, mobile interfaces or illustrations! tweeted: https://twitter.com/#!/sweetmatcha/status/189920050520657920 Reply
James Knight
Tue, 10th April 2012
Oh wow I haven't come across this before. It's quite fantastic looking. I think the thing I like about it the most is the ability for it to fit in with any project. If I had a spare $149 kicking around I'd definitely purchase this. :) Reply
Chandra
Tue, 10th April 2012
Rushan
Wed, 11th April 2012
Love the impressionist UI Pack, looks very clean. Love the green they've used, also the subtle textures. Would be super useful for a website that im planning on working, also awesome elements for a cool iOS app interface!! Reply
Jim
Wed, 11th April 2012
Love how clean and modern this looks Reply
Ashmita Patel
Wed, 11th April 2012
Rohan
Wed, 11th April 2012
Wow, How can I miss this giveaway. Great resources which could be used on my site and various designing work.
What I personally like is its great design which are so inspiring. Innovative and eye catchy.
https://twitter.com/#!/ronalddig/status/190324470899163137 Reply
cyrus
Sat, 14th April 2012
https://twitter.com/#!/huncyrus/status/191100152084299776

Hmmhmm, it can save a lot time for me in work. :) Reply
Rushan
Wed, 18th April 2012
Wow!! Thank you sooooooooo much guys for giving me a copy of this awesome ui KIT! Reply

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