I can´t wait to release this new and stunning flat user interface design called “Flatilicious UI Kit”. Obviously I just released it some weeks ago. Now I want to present all the features and userfriendly options of Flatilicious UI Kit – Pro.

Flatilicious Web User Interface is an easy wireframing webelement set to create fully working websites. This wounderful UI Kit is based on flat design style and contains hunderds of useful webelements, buttons, forms, widgets, icons and much more. Flatilicious Pro will guide you to design your websites easily in Adobe Photoshop or with Adobe Illustrator as the packages contains both types of files. All webelements are based on the 960 grid system and are 100% cusotmizable vector shapes. You are able to resize them to every common size. The UI Kit – Pro package also includes all elements saved in 200% size for retina display.


Flatilicious UI Kit – Free Version

If you want to test the quality of this package first, you can easily download the Flatilicious UI Kit – Free Version saved as .PSD file. The .PSD file is very organized, so that you can easily go through and start designing. This Free Version contains some basic elements like buttons, easy login and search forms and an easy user navigation. You can download this set here on my freebie section.

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Flatilicious UI Kit – Pro Version

Flatilicious Web UI Kit – Pro contains more than houndred weblements based on flat design style. Build your own flat website design in few minutes. All elements are resizable as they are vector shapes. Use 36 differen glyph icons and a lot of other useful widgets to build an awesome webdesign. You can easily work with Adobe Photoshop or Adobe Illustrator as this package includes .PSD , .AI and .EPS files. You can buy the Flatilicious UI Kit – Pro here.

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  • 100% scalable vector shapes
  • different colour options
  • flat based design elements
  • 3 different formats
  • 960 grid based
  • 100+ pixel perfect elements
  • 36 extra vector icons
  • Organized layer structure