30 Neumorphic Mobile App Design Examples

Neumorphism is becoming more and more popular among web and mobile designers, it brings a breath of fresh air to app user interface design, looks soft, easy on the eyes. And people seem to like it. The neumorphic designs give a raised or extruding effect to the components achieved by soft shadows. It uses highlights and shadows to define the shapes of objects on the screen. Contrast is generally reduced; full white or black aren’t used, which is what allows the highlights and shadows to stand out. So in this post we’ve collect some cool works from UI designers about mobile app UI design to keep you inspired.

25 CSS Neomorphic UI Design Examples

Neumorphic UI design has gone viral over the past few months. It is being hailed all over the internet as one of the biggest digital design trends of 2020. Neumorphism blends techniques from Skeuomorphism and flat design. Just like Skeoumorphism, it is a realism style which imitates real objects and creates a 3D representation of them in the digital environment. Neumorphism is a style that’s worth exploring. It is sleek, detailed and it is truly interesting to create a design with. It is definitely a breath of fresh air from the flat design and all other styles and trends. So in this post I’ve gathered some examples for creating Neumorphic interface elements using CSS.

30 Cool Neumorphism UI Design Examples

Many people say that neumorphism will become a UI trend in 2020 and will create a new impact in the world of UI design. Neumorphism is cool, unique, innovative especially if combined with some UI elements that already exist it will create significant impact. It is a visual style, that uses cast inner and outer shadows to give the illusion of extruded shapes. It’s a raised shape made from the exact same material as the background. Like most design trends, Neumorphism is yet another beautiful approach to design user interfaces that look soft and easy on the eye. So in this post we’ve gathered 30 Cool Neumorphism UI Design Examples for inspiration.

27 Amazing CSS Skeuomorphic Designs

Most of us remember a time before flat design, when user interfaces did not consist of minimalist icons and bright colours, but objects designed to look very much like their physical counterparts. This mimicry was a design trend known as skeuomorphism. Skeuomorphic design means making visuals and images look like a realistic imitation of real life objects, by using shadows, gradients, bevels and 3D-effects. Every trend sooner or later is changed by a new one and skeuomorphic design was substituted by a flat design, which is focused on simplicity and which in a way solved the problem of loading times and responsiveness.

60 Skeuomorphic Icon Designs

Skeuomorphic design is where you take a real life object and replicate it in a digital environment to signify to the user the intended use or purpose. I have read multiple articles on-line that say that the era of Skeuomorphic design on the web is over, and that a new era of so-called ‘flat design’ is now the new thing for developers, but do users really like the ‘flat design‘ ?