DesignModo, a website providing informative design, development + art-oriented articles and releasing design resources, is giving away 3 Personal Licenses of Impressionist UI (details on joining the giveaway can be found at the bottom of this post).

What is Impressionist UI?

Impressionist UI

It is a huge pack of user interface elements with over 300 elements for web design and includes almost any design element we can imagine.

The pack comes as a .PSD file where each element inside is created as a Photoshop shape (they can be resized to any size).

There are edit boxes, tabs, buttons, notification windows, menus, windows, backgrounds, graphics, sliders, informational blocks and much more in it.

Web elements are not the only stuff in Impressionist UI but there is also a slick set of 200 icons accompanying them. The items in the set are well-chosen and will fit perfectly to any web project.

Impressionist UI Preview

What is it good for?

Such a giant user interface set is a very handy resource for quickly creating good looking, consistent interfaces.

As each element is a layer, we can easily prepare high-quality prototypes, customize colors (if needed) and get going fast.

DesignModo offers other UI packs too:

The UI packs DesignModo offer are not limited to Impressionist UI and there are others as well.

For example, Pandora UI is another UI pack created specially for iOS interface designers.

How to join the giveaway?

DesignModo is giving away 3 Personal Licenses ($39/each) of Impressionist UI to WRD readers.

If you want to join the giveaway, you can choose one of the methods below or do both to increase your chances:

Winners will be selected randomly on 30 April 2012 (1 week later). Good luck to all.

P.S. You can also follow DesignModo both on Twitter and Facebook to get notified about the updates on these UI packs and any new ones.

The winners

Here they are:

  • Ben (comment #568279)
  • Flavio (comment #566940)
  • @vitorneves

Congratulations to the winners and thanks to everyone for joining.

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