User interface

The services and technologies listed here may help you quickly develop a user interface so you can spend more time on the core of your application.

Disclaimer: Please be advised that Sony does not make any representation as to the suitability or usefulness of the resources listed below. They are provided for informational purposes only.

UI tools

Kanzi SDK

Kanzi™ is a complete solution for rapid design and immediate deployment of advanced graphical user interfaces for cell phones and other embedded devices.

  • Find out more about Kanzi.



UI prototyping/wireframe tools


DroidDraw makes a developer’s Java programming life easier. It can be used to build graphical user interfaces for the Android cell phone platform.



GUI templates

Android GUI PSD v1.0
Android GUI PSD v 1.0 is a Photoshop file with elements of the Android 1.5 GUI. It’s designed to help the open-source community with application mock-ups.


Android GUI PSD v2.0
Android GUI PSD v 2.0 supports Resizable phone illustration, more resizable basic elements and more basic screens. The tool is free and can be used for all projects. However, it is not intended to be used for final implementation.


BrumBrum is Chris Brummel’s personal journal. This entry in the journal covers the Google Android GUI PSD. Inspired by teehan+lax’s iPhone PSD, the PSD includes the basic GUI elements, built using vectors to scale, for Android.


Mobile Interface and Design

MIDS (Mobile Interface Design System) is an automation and management system for designers, usability testers and user experience researchers. It meets the standard process requirements of cellular operators, handset manufacturers, and content and service providers. MIDS supports the design and usability testing of GUIs, native mobile device interfaces, standard mobile interfaces (such as USSD, STK, WAP, MMS, SMS, and IVR ) and is applicable to the UI design of any other platforms.

  • Find out more about MIDS.


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