As a UX designer, I need to create wireframes quite often. As they're fast to create, I've stuck to basic shapes and text for quite a while, using custom text styles and symbols to make work faster.

However, I'm getting the feeling there's something to wireframe kits and I'd like to move to using one.


  • Must be compatible with Sketch (not necessarily a Sketch file, could also be an SVG or PDF file)
  • Must include web components
  • Must not look like a finished product (so a wireframe kit, not a mock-up kit)
  • Must include common web sections (e.g. a basic contact form)


  • Android/iOS elements
  • Simple licensing
  • What platform or OS do you require? Oct 7, 2018 at 5:37
  • Sketch is Mac-only, so macOS compatibility at least. Or did you mean wireframes for which platform? Web definitely, Android/iOS as a nice-to-have
    – Tin Man
    Oct 7, 2018 at 12:45
  • Edit your Question to provide these additional requirements. Oct 7, 2018 at 15:50
  • All of these are there, macOS is implied through Sketch compatibility
    – Tin Man
    Oct 8, 2018 at 16:37


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