Ubuntu UI Toolkit Updated To Help Build Better User Interface
Ubuntu community member Kevin Feyder recently shared an update regarding Ubuntu UI Toolkit, an open-source project designed from the ground up to facilitate Ubuntu application developers so they can best design and build apps for Ubuntu powered phones. The toolkit also has Suru Icon Template in it that allows users to create consistent icons for their Ubuntu phone apps.
“If anyone is interested in building or designing for the Ubuntu phone. I just updated my vector ui toolkit. You can find it at: https://github.com/halfsail/Ubuntu-UI-Toolkit ,” said Kevin Feyder in a Google+ post.
There are also the Ubuntu Ui Patterns, a set of Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) images that help application developers create mockup layouts for the Ubuntu Phone, and Device Stickersheet, a collection of Ubuntu devices that help mocking the UI.
The Sheets for Ubuntu app is another cool addition that targets developers who go for the paper and pencil design first before implementing it. Sheets is currently under development and will offer a dotted grid sketch paper that makes UI designing easier.
The toolkit seems like a pretty good tool for all sorts of app developers, whether new or seasoned, to help create exciting and intuitive user interface for their apps.
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