Dribbble is a fantastic place for designers to share their works in progress and is also a great place for designers to gain inspiration and pick out recurring trends across the design spectrum. This post rounds up a collection of snapshots of rich interface design elements from both website designs and app designs. Each one has been carefully crafted for its detail, use of textures, subtle lighting effects, and various tones & colours.
This web app interface uses a light blue palette and a green search button for its interface design.
This planner app is only a small detail in a cool interface design. This is a good example of choosing the right textures, fonts and colours for your project.
This is another example I find interesting through its neutral yet also friendly interface.
Sarah Mick chose a dark and light grey palette of colour for project’s interface design.
This is an example of a light grey dashboard design that also shows a great interest in choosing the right typography.
This is a much more creative example thanks to the textures and colours it uses for its design.
This is a sneak peek at a web store project that uses grungy greys and bold green texture for its interface.
This light blue interface might be your next source of inspiration as it uses a classy and clean design.
This example has a vintage theme for its interface design that uses light brown as its dominant colour.
Check out this bold interface design that uses colours, textures, images and so much more for its web design layout.
Design Notes has a sensitive touch thanks to the mathematics paper it uses as background texture.
This innovative yellow search button might serve as a source of inspiration for your next project.
If you’re in the mood for a bold coloured interface inspiration then you might want to check out this blog page design.
Who says red is no longer trendy? check out this cool Photoshop browser.
Or maybe you’re in the mood for design layout that uses darker colours, if so you should check out this sneak peek from Ubiquity.
If you like dark blue themes, this dashboard design might be a good source of inspiration for your project.
This is another good example of mixing the right textures and colours. The dark and grungy green blends well with the wood texture and the pale pink.
This is yet another example that mixed the right textures for its interface design.
This interface’s colours blend really well with the chosen texture that makes images stand out.
This is another example of a dashboard UI this time with a much more girlier interface design thanks to the pink colours.
This is a great set that also comes with a free PSD included. Feel free to try it out!
If you’re up for a rainy season theme then you might want to have a look at this UI Kit.
Or maybe you’re in the mood for a splash of red in which case this design might be exactly what you’re looking for.
This example has a friendlier look and mixes bold orange colours with light grey tones.
And if you like bold ideas you could also check out Dellustrations’ black and red interface design.
This is another inspiring example that uses grey tones and textures for its interface design.
This eBay Redesign is another good example of choosing the right palette and style for interface design.
Have a look at the orange themed interface design and their choice of textures.
Check out Ivo Mynttinen’s search widget.
Joomla’s purple palette gives the interface a warm touch. You can also check the layout in full size.
This is yet another cool example of a black and red theme that could serve well as inspiration
Or how about this classy interface design that uses all the right textures.
Almost there is combines a light grey palette with a letterpress effect in an interesting and innovative design.
This the second part of the Sanithouse project and has a neat interface design.
Buttons can give you lots of troubles and headaches so maybe this example might come in really handy the next time you’re looking for some inspiration.
This is yet another example of an interface that uses black as its background. This kind of design can seem a little rough but in this case and with the right typography you can get an interesting result.
This Dropdown Menu UI is only a small piece of a project for Love.ly. It uses a nice palette of colours and all the right textures.
This is yet another example of an interface that uses dark tones of blue, this time, with white typography.
This one has a much more dynamic touch thanks to its colours and typography.
Check out this sneak peek for Deploy and see whether you like the mix of colours, textures, images and typography.
This is a much more creative example thanks to the textures and the doodles it uses for its interface design.
This project for StudioTwentyEight has a neat and clear design that uses blue tones and nice typography.
You might also want to check out this sneak peek for it may be a good source of inspiration in the future.
This is a much more detailed interface. It uses leader and wood textures which give a neat and classy look of the interface.
This one uses light blue textures which make content stand out and a green colour for the Plans and Pricing button.
This is a sneak peek from
This is yet another good example of mixing the right textures and colours into a nice interface design.
This web interface uses a light blue grey palette with only a bit of red at its menu bar.
Check out these details from Josh Hemsley’s project that also uses grey tones.
This one mixes a purple palette with warm colours like orange and red but only in small quantities.
This is yet another example that has a clean and neat design and uses grey tones.
This forum interface design uses dark tones of grey and black with only a bit of blue.
This a creative example of how you can mix colours textures and typography into a nice interface design.
This is a much more playful example that uses bold colours like pink, green and purple.
This one uses a side bar menu and light colours for its interface design layout.
This dark dashboard interface mixes all the right textures and colour tones into its design.
This is yet another good example of choosing all the right textures for your next project.
This black grungy texture that this project’s interface uses makes all the other colours stand out.
If you’re looking for some icon ideas or ways to uses them this project might be your next inspiration.
This is another example of a playful interface that has a candy cane as a loader.
This interface also mixes the right texture and typography into a cool design.
This big green button might just be your next source of inspiration for your project
Or you could always have a look at this vintage purple play button. This is also a good example of mixing colours with textures into a good interface design.
This is yet another bold interface design that mixes textures with striking colours and white typography.
A Big White Button
This neat and clear button might be just what was missing from your design layout.
Or you could always get inspired by this bolder red button.
You might also want to check out this green sign in button and the way it blends in this interface design.
This is yet another cool example of mixing colours with textures into a neat interface design.
This textured thematic log in button could be your next source of inspiration.
This is a cool theme redesign by Brian Hoff that uses a black background and makes all the other colours stand out.
Mkb SRP is a small insight on Jonatan Flores project which has a neat interface design.
This interface design mixes textures with neat and clear designs making this example a good source of inspiration for futures projets.
If you’re in the mood for something more elegant than this home button is just what you’ve been looking for.
This orange upload button blends in really well with the light blue grungy texture in the background.
This is yet another example of a black background that makes typography and colours stand out.
This chunky sign-up button gives a much friendly look to a monochrome interface.
This example mixes textures and a vast range of colours for its interface design.
This themed vertical menu is another sneak peek from one of Matthew Smith’s projects.
This example uses a blue palette and gives a friendly and familiar touch to the interface.
A shortcut example for a menu bar that uses grey tones in its interface design.
This is a sneak peek at an online food menu by Matthew Smith that uses warm colours and white typography.
This is Danny’s sneak peek of a project he’s been working on. It uses smooth textures and huge typography.
This is yet another project that uses orange and other warm colours in its interface and the background texture is something you don’t see every day in website designs.
This expanded menu an insight from one of Mike Precious’ projects.
This management control panel has a good choice of colours and texture in its design.
The Pricing Welcu example uses a blue-grey palette and has a more formal interface.
This one uses warm colours and the right typography which give the interface an elegant touch.
This a much more colourful example from ‘Any Menu’ that gives the interface a much friendly design.