Big Sur is the brand new Apple macOS 11 design system introduced together with the new iOS 14 at WWDC 2020.
This new design system brings lots of iOS & ipadOS inspired visual changes and redesigns to the next generation Mac.
In this post, you will find the latest and free design resources that could be used to get a new Big Sur experience for your next design project. I hope you find useful and get inspired.
Last updated: Nov 28, 2020
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A Safari Browser mockup in the style of macOS Big Sur.
The new macOS control center concept in Sketch format.
The new App Clip feature in iSO 14. Available as a Sketch file.
A brand new Safari browser UI following the new Apple macOS Big Sur design.
A minimal clean Safari on macOS Big Sur system mockup. Designed using Adobe XD.
A collection of re-imagined icons for popular apps in the macOS Big Sur style.
4 Adobe app icons for Big Sur: Photoshop, Illustrator, Lightroom, and After Effects.
4 Big Sur Microsoft office app icons: Word, PowerPoint, OneNote, and Excel.
A set of 24 big sur style app icons for Sektch app.
Neumorphic style 3D icons for macOS Big sur.
A set of Creative Cloud (Adobe Product) app icons for macOS Big Sur design projects:
- Acrobat Reader
- After Effects
- Creative Cloud
- Media Encoder
- Premier Pro
A set of 9 macOS Big Sur styled App icons in AI format.
A set of 3D macOS Big Sur style social icons: Youtube, Instagram, Linkedin, Twitter, Skype, Facebook, Vimeo, etc.
A set of 30+ free 3d macOS Big Sur icons created using Figma and C4D.
A set of macOS Big Sur Replacements Icons in ICNS and PNG formats.
New Adobe Icons inspired by Apple macOS 11 Big Sur design concept.
A set of 60+ macOS Big Sur style application icons in PNG and ICNS formats.
A set of macOS 11 Big Sur style Microsoft applications icons: Excel, OneDriver, OneNote, Outlook, PowerPoint, Teams, VS Code, and Word.
An icon template to help designers quickly create macOS Big Sur app icons in Figma app.
4 new macOS Big Sur icons: messages, calc, maps, and settings.
Content Blocker app icon in Figma format.
If you’re a UI/UX/Graphic designer, here are a few more resources you might find useful: