Free Windows 8 Style UI templates for developing Websites

by Ginktage | Sunday, Feb 3, 2013 | 367 views

Most of the users would have already be aware of the Windows 8 Style UI . The windows on tablet or touch based devices is really awesome . The UI that was codename “Metro UI” is very appealing . The number of apps for windows 8 is also increasing in the windows app store day by day.

There are many websites that are adapting the Windows 8 Style UI for their website which provides the similar look and feel of Windows Phone and Windows 8 UI.

Many GUI designer would be interested to know how to design ui similar to Windows 8 . If you are developing websites and want to apply the Windows 8 Style UI , you can build them easily with some the free templates that are available.

In this blog post , we will cover some of the free Windows 8 Style UI templates for developing Websites

Free Windows 8 Style UI templates for developing Websites

1. Metro UI CSS

Metro UI CSS is a responsive website framework that allows the developers to create web site that looks like Windows 8 easily.

Metro UI CSS is also cross browser compatible.

Free Windows 8 Style UI templates for developing Websites

Free Windows 8 Style UI templates for developing Websites

Metro UI CSS developed by Sergey Pimenov adapts some of the windows 8 metro ui design guidelines like typography , layout etc.

Download Metro UI CSS here

2. Metro UI Template

Metro UI Template is another cool Metro UI framework that lets the developers to create Windows 8/ Windows Phone kind of UI quickly .

The template is developed by Thomas and has some of the windows features like live tiles , animations etc.

Free Windows 8 Style UI templates for developing Websites

Free Windows 8 Style UI templates for developing Websites

Know more about Metro UI Template and download here

3. BootMetro

BootMetro is a simple and complete web UI framework for creating web applications using HTML, CSS, and Javascript with the look and feel of Windows 8 style UI.

The template is developed by aozora and is available for download from GitHub

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