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10 Best Mobile User Interface Pattern Libraries

There are dozens of user interface pattern libraries for designing desktop apps. But mobile patterns have now taken over. After sifting through many, here are the ten best. These libraries offer a wide variety of approaches for common user interface tasks and activities. Explore away and find the right approach for your mobile app.

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This Post Has 7 Comments

  1. Chris Reply

    Good stuff! I added Cocoa Controls to my Inspiration Directory. It now contains 20 mobile design pattern libraries. Check it out: http://mobilegui.net/inspiration/

    Cheers,

    Chris

  2. Theresa Neil Reply

    I have a new book coming out with O’Reilly Media, Mobile Design Pattern Gallery: UI Patterns for iOS, Android and more. It has more than 400 screenshots from iOS, Android, BlackBerry, webOS, Windows and Symbian applications. Check out the site, blog, and Flickr photostream and win a copy of the book. http://www.mobiledesignpatterngallery.com

  3. Sergey Reply

    Hi! Nice collection, thank you! My name is Sergey and I’ve launched the similar service with daily updates. Check it out great mobile UI patterns at http://inspired-ui.com.

  4. adam Reply

    Check out http://www.uxzeal.com/ …. quite inspiring

  5. App Mockup Tools Reply

    Could aslo add App Sketch books and iOS GUI Element kits from http://www.appmockuptools.com.

  6. Steven Hoober Reply

    Sorry I missed this by a bit, but I noticed while doing my periodic google.

    Aside from having a whole book of patterns, shared freely at the wiki, one page is a collection of every other mobile pattern library I can find, even the ones I hate.
    http://4ourth.com/wiki/Other%20Mobile%20Pattern%20Libraries

  7. Brandon Reply

    I found that most of these sites focus only on phones…

    I’m not sure if tablets fall under the ‘mobile’ category, but I find that patterns for tablet devices are often very different than smartphones.

    If you’re looking for tablet-specific patterns I’dd suggest adding http://www.tabpatterns.com to that list.

    These are great resources either way, thanks for putting it together!

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