Mobile Patterns

Inspiration gallery of design patterns for successful 📱apps

#3 Product of the DayNovember 01, 2018

Mobile Patterns captures empirical ‘WOW’ moments from notable mobile apps to help you craft a significant user experience for your next big project.

What’s New?

1. UX Flows come to life via videos/GIFs

2. Refined search

Mobile Patterns envisions itself as your complementary extension, supporting you in your design process.

Discussion
Would you recommend this product?
11 Reviews5.0/5
Hello Product Hunters, Let me begin with thanking @chrismessina for hunting Mobile Patterns. It was in 2012 that Mobile Patterns was first presented to the design community with an aim to introduce the most efficient and innovative UX trends. 4 years of curating the gallery and building a hub of over 20,000 designers it became a source of inspiration for the key players in the design process. However, in 2016, I began my research to enhance Mobile Patterns. After having interviewed more than 500 professionals, I observed a gap between the static images and the designers’ imagination. Hence, to narrow this gap I re-engineered the website with two new key features: 1. Hover over Videos & GIFs to witness micro-interactions & UX flows come alive 2. Top Search Bar for swift results. Come, tell us what you like about MOBILE PATTERNS, and how we can become your all-inclusive design vault! We are excited to hear from you!
@chrismessina @shreyaa_ratra HI Shreyaa, Mobile Patterns is absolutely free. :)

The buffer bar masked as a Play/Pause button - sneaky!

Pros:

Neat & Intuitive.

Cons:

None

Thank you, Karan! I'm glad you liked it.

Mobile Patterns is the only big inspiration tool left and by adding gifs, they brought a whole new level to whats possible.

Pros:

Better than static images, easy to show devs an idea

Cons:

none

This basically replaces Dribbble searches for me. We already create moodboards for clients, and it's a pain to source all the design inspiration. This just centralizes it all to one site and even lets me save stuff to find later.

Pros:

Animations are super easy to preview and search

Cons:

No web apps?

A common issue I'd have in our creative process is trying to show clients how a design, function, or animation works. It's tough to convey that with just words. However, now with such a large library of content to pick from it's easier than ever to find the perfect photo/video to demonstrate your idea.

Pros:

Super helpful in showing clients ideas/inspiration

Cons:

None