Apple Design Resources
Design apps quickly and accurately by using Sketch, Photoshop, and XD templates, guides, and other resources.
With over 1,500 configurable symbols, SF Symbols is designed to integrate seamlessly with San Francisco, the system font for Apple platforms. SF Symbols comes in a wide range of weights and scales, perfectly aligns to text labels, and supports Dynamic Type and the Bold Text accessibility feature. You can also design custom symbols with the same design characteristics and accessibility features.
Apple UI Design Resources for iOS include Sketch, Photoshop, and Adobe XD templates, along with comprehensive UI resources that depict the full range of controls, views, and glyphs available to developers using the iOS SDK. These resources help you design apps that match the iOS design language. Icon and glyph production files are preconfigured to automate asset production using Sketch slices or Adobe Generator for Photoshop CC. Color swatches, dynamic type tables, and fonts are also included.
Apple UI Design Resources for watchOS include Sketch and Photoshop dynamic type guides, layout specifications, app templates, Apple Watch bezels, and other UI materials. An installer for SF Compact, the system typeface for watchOS, is also included.
Apple UI Design Resources for tvOS include icon and image templates, as well as tools for previewing layered image files and the parallax effect.
Use Parallax Previewer to preview layered Photoshop files, assemble individual image layers from PNG files and preview the parallax effect, or preview layered images exported by the Parallax Exporter plug-in.
Use the AirPlay glyph when referring to AirPlay in setup or instructional text within your app.
Use the AR glyph and AR badges to indicate and launch AR experiences in your app’s UI.
The Apple UI Design Resources for CareKit apps include Photoshop and Sketch templates for designing Care icon glyphs.
The Apple UI Design Resources for CarPlay apps include Sketch and Photoshop type tables, as well as fonts.
Use the HomeKit glyph when referring to HomeKit in setup or instructional text within your app.
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