UI Patterns

Level up with interactive mobile design patterns

#4 Product of the DayFebruary 18, 2016
Discussion
Would you recommend this product?
No reviews yet
Hello Hunters! Levi here, from Mobiscroll. I’ve been inspired by the whole idea of launching side projects and @mijustin Mega Maker podcast (http://megamaker.co/), so here it goes. UIPatterns.io is a library of interactive mobile design patterns. We are launching with 16 patterns and are adding new ones regularly. Every pattern is fully interactive and comes with ready to use solutions that you can directly plug into your app. The whole idea came from what our customers were trying to achieve. We learned that they were looking for common solutions to design problems, so we thought to create something that is fully interactive and can help more than just users of Mobiscroll. Although these examples are driven by Mobiscroll, the patterns are relevant with any technology. We are taking the UI patterns a step further and are hoping to help makers like designers and developers build better products with highlighting pros and cons about a particular pattern. You can subscribe to our weekly pattern list, where you’ll get a new mobile pattern delivered to your inbox every Friday. Let me know what you think!
Upvote (15)Share
@kovlex @mijustin really nice work, the UX content on each pattern is what the industry needs right now. Well done. And ... please ping Algolia whenever you feel ready to implement a search!
@kovlex @mijustin Makes a lot of sense to organize best practices so that we don't all reinvent the wheel - but instead make it faster and more powerful for the user. Good luck -- will be looking to utilize this for our design process.
@samir_doshi Thanks! 🙏 Great to hear.
This is a spectacular resource. Must-have for anyone who has to dabble in UI/UX themselves. It's all been done before, and Levi's doing a great job systematizing these patterns.
@uibreakfast Thanks Jane! So the idea is to back it up with examples and explain when to use what. It all started from repeated user questions.
Similar concepts, same day launch with an almost identical logo, was shocked when I first saw this :) Nice approach and congratulations with the launch!
@ahmetsulek Haha nice one! Thanks, appreciate it. 🙌
Great work @kovlex, I've been looking for a design website that broke down these patterns into digestible chunks to grasp. I look forward to more patterns. 👍
@gabriel__lewis Thanks Gabriel! 🙌We'll be adding more patterns. Also if you subscribe you'll be getting a pattern every Friday in your inbox.
This is good start after http://www.pttrns.com.