While once upon a time, mimicking traditional mechanical tech on digital platforms through skeuomorphic design helped users get to grips with modern user interfaces, today, the subtler evolution of this design trend, known as neumorphism, helps user interfaces stand out from the crowd and makes elements intuitively user friendly. For fans of this style, designer Andrew Mamontov has produced a really beautiful set of freebie neomorphic/skeuomorphic elements for Figma.
With key user interface buttons which seem to float above the surface of the device, and a beautifully blended set of backgrounds to create the effects, it gives you a really sophisticated framework to create a neomorphic style UI for new apps. The color palette is cool and soft pinks and grays, but easy to adapt. This is a great set to import and play with to evolve your own take on the style.