revKit is a free WebUI prototyping toolkit for developers in Sketch, XD, and Figma format. It has more than 200 symbols, more than 50 components, icons, and many type styles. If you are a UI designer then you will really like this toolkit that is available under CC0 license. Since, it is available in public domain, so you can easily use it for your personal as well as commercial projects with ease. The good thing is that it is available for the most popular designing tools available out there.
Before actually working on client projects, you have to design the UI first. And most designer face problems of finding proper resources. Those resources are usually paid and not everyone can afford them. But the revKit here is available free of charge and it’s really good tool for freelance UI designers or the ones who just opened an startup. If you are one of them, then you can just get started with this UI kit by downloading it from its main website without any registration or sign up.
Free WebUI Prototype Design Library for XD, Figma, Sketch with Icons:
As I already just mentioned that there is no need for creating an account or signing up. You can just download the entire package for your designing software from here. Right now it is only available for Sketch, Adobe XD, and Figma.
After downloading the kit, you can just extract it to from folder of your choice and then import it in your designing software. Since I don’t have any of those that it supports, so I will be using an online image editor in order to open the kit. The online image editor I am going to use here is called Photopea. It’s a great graphic designing and opening tool that you can use.
Now, after when you have imported the designing kit, you are free to use it however you want. Just grab the different components and then use them in your project. You are also fully independent to customize the existing components before actually using them in your projects. Almost all kind of components are there in the kit and you will like them.
There are not so many free resources for UI and UX designers. But don’t worry, we have covered a few previously on I Love Free Software. You can take a look at them from here and here. So, if you are looking for a free UI designing toolkit then just give revKit try and share your experience in the comments down below.