We’re excited to announce that we’ve released a new update to Untitled UI! 🤗
✨ You can preview the update at untitledui.com ✨
The main improvement is by far the most requested: interactive components. We’ve added hover and click interactions, helping you to quickly create prototypes that feel like the real experience.
If you haven’t used Figma’s prototyping feature before, check out this tutorial.
What’s new in version 2.5
Added interactive components 🔥
Improved original color palette
Huge expanded secondary color palette with 16 new grays and colors
Improved hover states in dropdowns and inputs — they’re now gray for a more neutral design and better contrast/legibility
Expanded library of 42 new hand-drawn arrows
Improved application navigation components
Improved slider controls with more contrast
Simplified and improved tabs
Added borders to all dropdowns and lists to improve contrast and legibility
Improved calendar component
Expanded typography best practices section
New "X" close button and updates to every component it's used in (e.g. banners and notifications)
We’ll be publishing future changes to Untitled UI on our new changelog.
Preview version 2.5
You can preview Untitled UI v2.5 via our website here.
What’s planned for version 2.6?
We’ve had a lot of requests for new components and we’ve already started working on these.
The biggest thing we’ll be focusing on is a smaller version of the kit called Untitled UI Pro Lite. If you’ve already purchased Untitled UI, you’ll get this as well for free!
This will essentially be a “slimmed down” version, with ~30-50% of variants removed to increase performance. The intention here is to drastically reduce the file size while keeping all the important stuff. All of the same styles and components will be there, but we'll remove any "nice-to-have" variants to keep things light.
When you start a new project, you’ll be able to decide whether you need the full Untitled UI Pro version or the more lightweight Untitled UI Pro Lite version.
View more FAQs here.
I’ve already purchased Untitled UI, how do I access the new files?
After each update, we’ll send you an email (like this one) with what’s new. If you like what you’re reading, you can download the new files:
From your Gumroad library if you made an account
By clicking “View content” in your original purchase email
How do I update my Figma file with the new updates?
There are three ways to go about this, depending on how you’re working with the file:
Figma recently announced a swap library feature and you can learn how it works here. We recommend making a backup before.
If you’re not interested in everything that’s changed, it’s likely easier to copy+paste any new components into your current file and then simply swap the styles out in those components to your local styles.
If you’re using a copy of Untitled UI as a base for each project, start fresh with v2.5 next time you kick one off!
Can I split up the library?
Absolutely! Figma recently introduced a move published components feature to deal with just this.
This allows you to split up the library into smaller libraries that can be published independently. For example, you may want to split the file into four libraries:
Styles and shared components
Why isn’t the library split up already?
Good question! Currently, it isn’t possible to import more than one file at a time into Figma without breaking links to instances in the design system across the files.
Because of this, the file needs to be imported together and then split up into separate libraries (if you want to do that) after it’s imported. Hopefully, this functionality will be introduced soon!
That’s all for now. Thanks for the support. Stay tuned for more updates soon! 🤗Preview at untitledui.com