iOS 7 UI (free PSD)

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  1. Oz Pinhas Oz Pinhas

    I'm guessing we all just love taking screenshots of iOS 7 for redesigning them as evil sample mockups or just for figuring out what font size or spacing we should try to use...

    If that's not the case, you're welcome to download these PSDs.

    I'm not a big fan of one-psd-to-rule-them-all since it takes ages to load, hence the split to 3 files which hopefully makes sense (see the attached image as reference for each file).

    I've tried really hard to follow iOS's design but sometimes it seemed like Apple used a new nuclear blending mode or a Helvetica Neue weight that don't exist yet, so bare with me :)

    Squircles are the fine work of Marc Edwards!

    Comments and such are great!

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    6 months ago

  2. Best Designers Ever Best Designers Ever

    This is Fuckin' Awesome!

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    6 months ago

  3. Veera Watchara Veera Watchara

    Great job! Really appreciate this.

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    6 months ago

  4. Sagi Shrieber Sagi Shrieber

    Amazing man! Thanks!

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    6 months ago

  5. Shlomi Zigart Shlomi Zigart

    thank you

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    6 months ago

  6. Georgiy Tokarev Georgiy Tokarev

    awesome, thank you!

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    6 months ago

  7. Matnas Interactive Matnas Interactive

    Magniv

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    6 months ago

  8. Andreas Ubbe Dall Andreas Ubbe Dall

    Nice work, your files are a bit messy though! hehe

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    6 months ago

  9. Oz Pinhas Oz Pinhas

    Thanks you all!

    @Andreas Ubbe Dall I tend to disagree about my organization habits but I would love to hear how I can improve them, do tell :)

    6 months ago

  10. Andreas Ubbe Dall Andreas Ubbe Dall

    @Oz Pinhas I guess I was mainly confused by the structuring, although I haven't looked so much of it through in detail yet. However when I loaded up the keypad, for instance, i came across some issues:
    - Some places you had duplicate layers
    - Numbers and letters weren't properly centered
    - There were hidden layers that had position lock, making it impossible to move the entire "keypad" folder without going through all the subfolders and finding and deleting/unlocking these first.

    Another common practice I see around (and use myself) is using prefixes on your folder names to indicate hierarchy, I believe someone on here linked to an article about it a while back, but I can't quite remember where.

    6 months ago

  11. Ilya Dmitruk Ilya Dmitruk

    good work

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    6 months ago

  12. Pedro Marques Pedro Marques

    Thanks! =D

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    6 months ago

  13. Dan Sullivan Dan Sullivan

    Certainly a lot of work on your behalf. Thanks for sharing this resource with us!

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    6 months ago

  14. Joel Reid Joel Reid

    Super cool of you to share this. Thanks a ton. :)

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    6 months ago

  15. Oz Pinhas Oz Pinhas

    @Andreas Ubbe Dall Thanks again for the feedback, it's really important for me!
    Not quite sure which duplicated layers you're referring to in the keypad but if it's to the duplicated numbers in the "keypad" and "keypad extra" than these are deliberated to make it easy using the layer as a whole. As for the misaligned numbers and letters, they are a pixel off to the left which is hard to fix because of iOS's and Photoshop's different text rendering engines (I'm using CS6) but they aren't centered because iOS's ones aren't as well.. just mimicking :)

    I'm going over the files to squeeze out these locked layers, thanks for pointing these out!

    Would love to hear more about using prefixes, couldn't find the article on Google/dribbble :)

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    6 months ago

  16. Simon von Allmen Simon von Allmen

    super handy. thanks!

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    6 months ago

  17. Michael Zenaty Michael Zenaty

    Toda raba! Your are a good man.. this is awesome one of the best freebies if not the best!

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    6 months ago

  18. JoJo Marion JoJo Marion

    amazing - thank you for sharing!

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    6 months ago

  19. Takahashi Alex Takahashi Alex

    totally awesome!
    Thank you very much!

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    6 months ago

  20. Farouk Hosni Farouk Hosni

    Appreciate the effort! awesome!

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    6 months ago

  21. Kylie Timpani Kylie Timpani

    Holy guacamole! This is awesome!

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    3 months ago

  22. Bruce Lui Bruce Lui

    You are beautiful. Thanks for sharing!

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    about 1 month ago

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