Dashboard UI Kit - Update

4 years ago from , Webflow/No-Code Enthusiast, Product Designer & Product Maker. Tweets as @janlosert. Pixels on http://dribbble.com/JanLosert.

Hi DesignerNews!

In March 2016 I released Dashboard UI Kit - Biggest pack focusing on designs of Dashboard User Interfaces & Web Applications. This product is basically a story of observation and vision that I had in my mind. Somehow I managed to turned them into an insane package of 60 screens, styleguides and diagrams for handling your designs nicely to developers. And I didn’t stopped there. After my release I received very positive reaction from the community and this UI Kit has quickly become one of the most popular kits on stores like UI8 or CreativeMarket. Today is a big day for my as I have just pushed out brand new update.

Enough talking - Here is a little bit of an idea whats inside the package! 75 Screens with all various layouts. From them 33 Popup / Dialogs, One Complete 15 screens application design with Marvelapp prototype, 28 dark layouts and as well as one of the biggest elements UI Kit with all states of Inputs, Buttons, Selects, Dropdowns and more and more. All packed with 2 Typeface versions - with Free Google Font Source Sans Pro & secondary Proxima Nova. Everything is based on 1170px Grid system (30px & 1580px canvas width) and works with your Photoshop or Sketch.

I'd love to know what do you think about it, so feel free to ping me on @janlosert if you have any questions! I've also attached link for a small discount for all designernews members :)

Check the full preview and all details – Dashboard UI Kit

Gumroad Coupon link - Gumroad


  • James Young, 4 years ago

    Nice job, a lot of effort has clearly gone into these files.

    I am interested to know how many people use these kits in their day to day work - I can't imagine using one for a project, even prototyping as the design is so specific but I assume you have a market?

    I see these UI kits and layouts on Dribbble a lot too but in all my years I've never known a single designer who uses them. This could of course be because I simply don't build apps but I'd love to hear what sort of folks do use them and how they fit into a workflow when it comes to releasing a final product.

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    • Jan Losert, 4 years ago

      Hi James, yeah I had a similar thoughts before I started building those Kits. But then I quickly realised the market. There are two groups I would say:

      1. People who can't design but needs to put ideas on the table - Product managers or even CEOs are sending me thanks emails about how easier their life is that they can just quickly put different menus a top bars and add a few widgets into canvas so they can present it to their designers/developers.

      2. Designers who use these mockups as a starting point. I've been surprised as well as you are. But you can even see some copied pieces of this UI Kit on their shots. But mainly I'm getting positive reaction to the enormous number of elements and different types of graphs and tables I've created. These designer then quickly drag and drop these widgets to their Sketch/Photoshop projects and don't have to spend much time figuring out the grid and such.

      Makes sense?

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      • James Young, 4 years ago

        Yeah sure does - I assumed there must be a market out there and I can absolutely see the value of some of the components (dropdown styling, error messages etc) but always felt the bigger page layouts etc might be too specific for practical use.

        Thanks for the answer - it's always been something I've wondered about :D

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        • Jan Losert, 4 years ago

          Yeah :) Same here with that. We even use those components in Tapdaq as well. So I know it's quite nice to have those. Every person with Sketch in company can do nice visual wireframes and stuff. Which in some situations is pretty cool.

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