100 Daily UI Free

Figma provides a free library of screens and elements called 100 Daily UI Challenge. But, is it really worth it? Should you use it?

For those of you who don´t know, Daily UI is a site that promises to make you a better designer in 100 days. They give you a daily prompt and you generate a design a day for 100 consecutive DAYS.

How it started?

Initiated by a Romanian designer named Paul Nechita, the 100 days UI challenge is one of the most well-known challenges of the Internet. I would recommend visiting Daily UI if you’d like to take part in this experiment. Once you register, you will receive an email every day with a challenge so that you can complete a total of 100.

The real challenge

Nevertheless, the task is more challenging than it seems. A study shows that less than 20% of participants are still participating in the study after 40 days. The reason for this drastic drop in the participation rate is not likely to be laziness. It is a question of whether the Challenge is too challenging for UI designers or if it has no practical utility.

Graphic of 100 Daily UI free challenge showing a 20% drop on participants.

Figma provides a free library of screens and elements called 100 Daily UI Challenge. Each of them can be customized by changing colors, shapes, or elements. There is a lot of potentials to create some pretty cool UI designs and improve your products. It is free to use for both personal and commercial purposes.

It can be used as a starting point for the design of your next app idea, design system, or high fidelity prototype. In the site are some pretty cool projects you can create!

Screenshot showing the patterns that 100 daily offers.

What am I going to receive with 100 Daily UI?

1 Figma file containing:

  • Over 14000 layers of content
  • 100 ideas to get you started
  • Includes elements and screens for building mobile apps of all types
  • Customizable at will
  • Typeface available for free


If your qualities are commitment, consistency and dedication, you should definitely try this challenge. More than a mandatory task to complete, it is a way to explore creativity and find new sources of inspiration that will help you take your designs to the next level.

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I am Giovani Rodriguez, a self-taught full-stack developer currently residing in Nuevo Leon, México. I started my journey as a freelancer in this field four years ago. All these years of hard work have rewarded me with quite an expertise in developing business applications and structuring business models that are efficient and applicable.

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