Created by an experienced UI designer, every component and icon are drawn with care on top of real screenshots.
Components are well-organized using symbols, which means you can override text labels and icons, with a ton of element variations like navigation bar in different layouts, enabling you to quickly make a screen without thouching layers inside. This is especially helpful when you are doing some quick idea explorations or creating wireframes.
Recently Sketch 39 has brought a new feature called Smart Resizing, which allows you to resize layer groups and symbols while keeping inner objects in the right place and size without using any plugin. This template file takes advantage of Smart Resizing, allowing you to mock up both iPhone and iPad apps with the same set of components.
A set of example screens is also included, showcasing the new design language introduced in iOS 10.
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