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Carest – Restaurant UI Kit

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Carest Restaurant UI Kit is a high-quality package of 40+ social app screens based on iOS 11 that will accelerate your design process and will help develop an outstanding experience. 100% Vector Based, so all screenshots can be easily changed to fit other iPhone screens. Dimensions 375 × 812 and 375 × 667. Each screen is fully customizable, easy to use and handmade with love Sketch, XD and Photoshop. All layers and symbols are nicely grouped, named and organized. It also contains detailed instructions on how to customize colors, fonts and styles. Free Google Fonts Quicksand.

Made for everyone – Designers, Design Studios, IOS Developers. Be creative, be awesome.


40+ Premium iOS screens
375 × 812px iOS 11 and iPhone X
100% high quality vectors
Free Google fonts and icons
Fully customizable and resizable
Compatible with Sketch, XD & Photoshop

Pages included

1. Onboarding screenshots x4
2. Log in to x2
3. Forgot password
4. Confirm
5. Hometown
6. Find place
7. Type Location
8. Home Master
9. Home Master Scroll
10. Home Master Full
11. Restaurant Detail Full
12. Restarant Detail
13. Room Camera View
14. Room Light View
15. Photo – All Caro
16. Photo – All Caro Click
17. Photo – All List
18. Photo – Comment – Full
19. Photo – Like
20. Camera
21. Photo – my picture
22. Photo – Choose my picture
23. Review List
24. Information about notification
25. Card Information
26. Fire list
27. Collection list
28. Collection Details
29. Collection filter
30. Collection filter does not apply
31. Discovery List
32. Discovery Maps
33. Discovery View x2
34. Top food
35. My list
36. My level
37. Network

Mockup World
Icon Used:
Applied font:
Quicksand – Free Google Font

* Images in demo are for preview purposes only and NOT included in the package file.


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Jaeho Park completed a Master in Fine Arts at the Hongik University in 1999, followed by a Master in Photographic Studies at the University of Westminster in 2012. After working for many years as a university professor, designer and curator in South Korea.

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