50 Superb & Free PSD Files From Dribbble To Learn From The Best

Either for self-promotion or simply for goodwill and to help others, the truth is that finding free resources and inspiration can be a really easy task. If you are an experienced designer, you know the best way to learn is by just looking and studying other people’s work. PSD files can be a powerful way to learn and fulfill your work expectations.

Today, one of the main references for this purpose is definitely Dribbble. Dribbble is not only an awesome place to be inspired by many talented designers. You can actually stumble upon some fantastic free PSD files and examine them and learn more.

This collection includes some fantastic UI kits, a lot of assets for web and graphic design, as well as a few cool icons. These PSDs are as perfect for learning as they are for your future projects. Personally I haven’t practiced learning from PSDs lately but by checking out some of these I surely realized how much you can learn from a well-built PSD.

How it works

Everyone can follow the sign-up process and create an account. As soon as you sign up, you will be considered a spectator and you can follow players (designers) and like their shots (work), however, in order to post shots you have to declare yourself as a prospect, but not everyone will be able to. To become a player and upload your own shots you need to get known in the community and be drafted by a Dribbble member. So basically you need to interact with other designers since being followed by a member will work as a recommendation within the community.

This is indeed a new work process in the social media world but it definitely works to keep and maintain quality within the community. Dribbble basically tells you that everyone can watch the concert but not everyone can or know how to sing. However that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t give it a try, does it? These PSDs are perfect way to start out. Examine them, play with them, reconstruct them and, who knows, maybe one day you’ll be the next rockstar of Dribbble.

1. Chutzpah UI Design Kit by Morgan Allan Knutson


Clean and smooth UI kit that you can nicely implement in subtle– colored websites as well as some mobile apps. PSD comes with grouped layers so you can learn about layer styles applied to various elements.

2. Facebook like UI for Miro by Morgan Allan Knutson


Facebook like button recreated in Photoshop. It’s a great asset to have for various web design projects.

3. Blaubarry Free UI kit 2 by Mikael Eidenberg


Sleek UI kit including sliders, buttons, scrollbars and form elements made with only shapes, text and layer styles. Get to know how an efficient UI kit is made.

4. Plane free psd file by Jeremy Sallée


Extremely detailed PSD you can learn a lot from. You can also use this artwork as an icon or illustration.

5. Little green ribbons by Shegy


Cool ribbons in 3 angles that you can either use for web designs or some banners.

6. Flip Clock PSD by Max Di Capua


Fully editable and scalable (except noise layers) PSD. It’s suitable for under-construction pages as well as some stylish countdowns.

7. DDFreebie – Macbook PSD by Dany Duchaine


A fully layered PSD Macbook Pro. Suitable for web designs

8. Chrome UI Kit by Todd Hamilton


Very useful Google Chrome UI kit since there are only a few of them around.

9. Free shopping cart by Jonno Riekwel

Lite and pixel-perfect shopping cart perfect for small online shops.

10. Free Iphone Template in 5 angles by Mikael Eidenberg


This is a free layered PSD with a iPhone from five different angles, reflections, shadows and glossiness can be adjusted and the display content is the same smart object for all angles.

11. Facebook Connect Buttons PSD by Murat Mutlu


Handy PSD of the Facebook connect button.

12. Your cart widget by Pawel Kadysz


Two little widgets perfect for almost any kind of store. Re-sizable and vector.

13. Delight Icons by Jeremy Sallée


Find out how a classic web 2.0 icon is made. A set of seven icons in PSD format so you can play around with them.

14. Log In (+ free .psd) by David Cristian


Stylish and trendy login form well suited for pixel-perfect web designs.

15. Lion Mini Gui Kit (+psd) by Kamil Khadeyev


Lion OS is just out and some of might be already looking for it’s GUI. So here it is – mini, yet high-quality UI kit.

16. iPhone icons by Pontus Johansson


17. Shopping Tags (free .psd) by Jeremy Mansfield


18. Free Buttons Psd by Johnny Waterman


19. Map free psd by Mathieu Brg


20. Download Buttons Free PSD by jackietrananh


21. Free buttons, yaay! by Daniel Sandvik


22. Watermelon slice by Ioan Decean


23. Cameras psd file by Jeremy Sallée


24. Milk Release by Dom


25. Radio player freebie by Charlie


26. Shiny Blue UI by Kevin Andersson


27. UI Oink by James ⚓


28. Browser & Magnify with Free PSD by Liam McKay


29. Dark UI by Jeff Broderick


30. Mini Clouds Set PSD by jackietrananh


31. Dribbbles by Kevin Andersson




32. iPhone 4 GUI PSD by Rich Hemsley


33. Gaston-Louis Vuitton Wallpaper & PSD by Robert Padbury


34. Social Icons PSD by Umar Irshad


35. Notepad PSD by Christian Baroni


36. Clean Minimalistic Portfolio Snap by Daryl Ginn


37. FREE Icon Set by Joe Prince


38. Super Mario Bros by jackietrananh


39. Twitter Follow Button PSD by Vin Thomas


40. Compact Music Player Freebie by Daryl Ginn


41. Audio Player by Jonathan MoreiraAudio-player-free-psd-dribbble

42. Blixt Freebie #2 – Search by Andree Blixt


43. Old cassette by Ioan DeceanCassette-free-psd-dribbble

44. iMac.psd by Mantas Sutkus


45. Simple Buttons Resource by Jan


46. Google+ icon by KyeeGoogle-plus-free-psd-dribbble 

47. 20 Coloured pencils with notes by Regina Casaleggio


48. Login Form – PSD Freebie by wpscientistLogin-form-free-psd-dribbble

49. Pokemon Free Psd by jackietrananhPokemon-free-psd-dribbble

50. Date Flipper by Enon Avital


Daniels Mekšs

Works at 1stwebdesigner, studies photography at ISSPand seeks to enjoy life. You can check out his photography blog and follow him on twitter.

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  2. Fred says

    I love all the great works.. especially UI Oink by James , It’s very cool .Thanks for sharing .

  3. Jason says

    I would be interested in hearing about how to deal with testing of file upload. In particular, how to segregate files that are added/uploaded during testing, from those uploaded during development, when both testing and development use the same code.

  4. cialis says

    Thanks for the share. It looks like a great way to learn new things and masters ones skills. Keeping the creative mind going can be a hard thing to do

  5. Renato Alves says

    Definitely it is a great community of designers. The icons, UI and others PSDs are of very good quality.
    Thank you so much for sharing (be it for self promotion or only trying to help us out!) :)

  6. says

    I really appreciate this!!! Thank you so much! Great job compiling such useful information.

  7. Gavin says

    This is exactly the blog post I needed this morning! Love it, thanks so much guys for making the list!

  8. Jason says

    grate post, I haven’t seen most of it on new its totally new collection thank you