This infographic shows the step by step process of making cupcakes. Each step is accompanied by an illustration.
A detailed cardboard box, perfect for those bundle type posts. Includes both open and closed states.
Here we have some great little badges that are extremely versatile. I particularly like the subtle lighting of the badges that gives them depth.
A clean design for a countdown element that uses texture well. I like the little details that help to give this design character.
A great icon design that would work perfectly for iOS. I love the chunky feel of the controls and the rounded corners.
Some small social media icons that use iconic colours to make an impact.
A neat example of some interface toggles that use colours to set them apart. I like the subtle details and soft rounded edges.
A great example of a simple, yet effortlessly useful, CSS menu.
A full collection of badges that would work as a part of many different interfaces.
A detailed music player that wants to be rearranged/re-coloured to your liking.
A fascinating redesign of the Tweetbot for Mac icon that takes it in a different, yet still character-based, direction.
A collection of unique glossy navigational arrows.
The Golden music player app for Android. It's a clean and simple music player app including an equaliser.
A simple and lightweight but clean example of a greyscale switch element. Give a star as you slide.
This menu was done in order to show images, location, events and general information for a gallery.
A detailed badge complimented with some beautiful ribbon.
I love this segmented control, it works brilliantly to show you what is selected.
With the release of the OS X Lion, Safari received a slight overhaul on the UI and features list. The download manager is just one of the many new redesigned features.
A strong button design that uses red to give the button significance.
A simple gauge design that uses green to make a statement. I like the use of shading to create a metallic texture.
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