As a mobile apps designer I’m sure you are often looking for inspiration to ensure that you can deliver constant innovation and high quality to your clients. A really efficient way to get serious inspiration for specific parts of your mobile apps project is looking for web sites showcasing the best apps created be other creative designers. With hundred thousands of mobile apps flooding the market it can be challenging to stand out and I recommend you seek inspiration and look for good elements and combine the top findings into new unique creations. If you are not a mobile apps designer and developer yet I can tell you that there is a great chance you will be one soon. It is all about mobile right now and it is not going to change very soon!
As the mobile Internet surfing is constantly increasing there’s a huge trend right now leaving website administrators with an important job to do. If you are also into mobile website design you should consider looking for responsive WordPress themes and mobile templates to make the job a lot easier.
For Tripwire Magazine readers I have collected 20 mobile apps inspiration and design pattern galleries you should bookmark right away. These sites should help you get the needed inspiration and allow you to keep track of new styles, trends and mobile design practices. Check. Brainstorm. Be Inspired! Another great option for mobile friendly web design is to use responsive layouts. I recommend you consider using responsive WordPress themes if your are going in this direction. The collection of responsive themes I found here is quite good. [exec]$filestr = file_get_contents(‘https://www.tripwiremagazine.com/googleadsensebelowmoretag.inc’);echo $filestr;[/exec]
4. Landing Pad
7. CSS iPhone
9. App Sites
10. iPad Walls
14. Refined Mobile
Another Ember category for User Interface Design – iPad
Hannah Milan is the founder and curator of MOObileFrames, a collection of wireframes, sketches and user interface drawings that focuses on mobile applications. She is also a co-founder of WebdesignerAid, a resource blog for web designers. She’s managing also the HTML5beauty, a showcase of HTML5 websites and SubmitQuickly, an online service for bloggers and creative people. You can follow her via Twitter as @humbleuidesigns.