What would be the need to actually use this? As a designer?
Usually, these mockups designers are used to create presentations for the client. To show how the client’s images will look in the layout of Instagram.
Make mockups by yourself is a long time, so designers use such ready-made solutions, they look very realistic.
Biggest Instagram mockup dark mode what I ever found. Fully vector icons, all layouts made by symbols. Easy to change the color scheme.
I thought about selling on this service but all the typos have me sketch'd out. Professionalism is key here. You can't spell "Sign" correctly, there is something up.
I don’t think English is his native language so I can look past the typos.
right cause there isn't like a thousand online localization services to help translate the website. I'm talking about the service code.market not this designers mock.
But is there actually an Instagram dark mode for iOS? In reality? I don't even know, i guess.
Yes, there is, and it really looks cool. To do this, try putting your iPhone in dark mode.
Gotcha. Food for thought; If I used only the dark mode to showcase creative to a client, at least in my experience at a global agency, it could confuse them. It seems like an unnecessary risk to introduce. I think it would require both colour schemes to be shown in order to understand how the creative co-exists with each colour. Seems like extra work, but could impact the work. But really, on the hush hush; no one really cares. So ultimately, it could be an unnecessary risk.
Whats the point? Instagram already has dark mode...
This is not a pure UI/UX design, it’s just a mockup, they are used for presentations and the better the mocap is made, the more interesting it looks in the presentation