- User Interface (UI) Components Set: A collection/"sticker sheet" of icons, buttons, forms, dropdowns, etc.
- User Interface (UI) Kits: Designed UI templates for desktop and/or mobile screens. These may include one or multiple pages.
- User Experience (UX) Kits: Assets for UX design such as wireframes, sitemaps, journey maps, user personas, etc.
UI & UX Template Best Practices
Follow these best practices to ensure acceptance of your files to the Adobe Stock marketplace.
UI Component Sets, UI Kits, and UX Kits should be created in either Photoshop or Illustrator, and must follow the guidelines for each app.
For more information, see Photoshop Templates Requirements and Illustrator Templates Requirements.
UI Component Sets should be laid out similar to logo or icon sets. Each component should be grouped together and have its own artboard. Note: Photoshop file size increases with the number of artboards. Be aware of file size and do not exceed 500 MB.
Example of components grouped and on their own artboard.
All text should be editable and colors should be saved as swatches.
UI Kits and UX Kits may include multiple layouts with variable heights. If the template is for a single sized screen, all layouts should have the same width. If the template is for responsive layouts, all sizes should align with our Standard Sizing Guidelines.
Example of UI layouts with the same width and various heights; template by Marjolein de Swart
For more information, see Standard Paper and Screen Sizes.
UI Kits and UX Kits must use separate artboards for each screen. Each artboard and should be named accordingly with the screen’s function.