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Here’s a new place to bookmark for your designer friends, or yourself should you fancy yourself a designer: Apple’s pulled together all their various design resources onto a new page
Exceptional user experience is a hallmark of Apple products, and a distinguishing feature of the most successful apps built for iOS and OS X. Use the resources below to learn how to build the polished, engaging, and intuitive apps that Apple customers expect…
Indeed. Don’t think there’s actually anything new there at the moment, seems to be WWDC videos and previously released documents pulled together in one place, but no doubt a good place to keep an eye on in future.
It’s also been quite a while since our last design roundup post back when iOS 7 was a polarizing novelty, so let’s see what else is new we haven’t tacked on to its updates since:
This is a pretty nifty iOS 7 UI Kit Photoshop Action Set:
You’ve probably seen many iOS 7 UI Kits. But this one is slightly different, as there is no psd file involved. All you need (apart from love) is this little 1.4 MB .atn file that creates entire default look iPhone mockups for your wireframes, design mockups (use it with care) or just quick ideas…
iOS Dev Tools is an ever more comprehensively curated set of links in all categories of development interest we don’t think we’ve got around to linking to before, for design-related stuff check out these sections:
Check out all the non-design categories while you’re at it, and follow @iOSDevTools for updates!
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