Having trouble skinning your mobile app? Tapptics can help.

Having trouble skinning your mobile app? Tapptics can help.

Been working on a mobile app so you can enter the competitive chaos of the App Store, only to find you can’t get it looking as pleasing as those already out there?

That’s okay — you’re a developer after all — but you don’t have to succumb to sub-par interface design. Tapptics is a new site that caters to a developer’s mobile design needs on every front: it’s a membership site with tutorials for those who want to learn themselves, a bank of customizable icons, and templates for iPhone, iPad and Android apps.

Tapptics is run by former Yahoo! mobile UI designer Jen Gordon — you can check out her design work on Dribbble.

The developer package is $197 a year, though there’s a $97 idea person pack that gives you access to quite a bit of the site. Seems like a decent investment for design-challenged developers (yes, we know that’s most of you) or those who just don’t want to spend time designing.

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