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50 Free PSD UI Kits and Templates For every web designer, having a selection of pre-designed and editable web UI elements is key to organizing and optimizing work-flow. Not only do web UIs allow you to rapidly prototype multiple web pages with uniformity, they also aid your personal creativity by having each elements basic structure in-place allowing you to give each your own personal design touches. In this post we have 50 beautifully designed and editable pre-designed PSD UI kits, covering all of the major UI requirements of the modern web designer. You will find some basic kits that are perfect for small projects and we also have a huge selection of individual elements covering the more specialized areas of web design, including: Galleries, lightboxes, audio/video controls and players, calendars, specialized forms (contact, search, login…), progress bars, alert boxes… and much, much more. Complete GUI Templates Simple UI Elements
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