Onboarding screens provide the first impression of your app to the users. In this tutorial, we shall create an elegant onboarding screen for your iOS application.

Create a new project in XCode. Select Single-View-App under templates. This will give you a basic template for your app, including a basic empty ViewController.


Let us design the onboarding screen in the existing blank viewcontroller.

Go to Main.storyboard.

First, we will add the buttons on the bottom of the screen. Select Button from the object library and add it to the ViewController, constrain it to the bottom, and fix a height.

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Add another button on top of it and add necessary constraints.

Similarly, add a page control next.

Lastly, add a UIScrollView to fill the entire remaining space. Here are the constraints, if you are a beginner and need it.

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Now that we have the base layout, create outlets for all the views in the ViewController class code.

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Now create slides and add them to the scrollView.

import UIKit
class ViewController: UIViewController, UIScrollViewDelegate {
    @IBOutlet var scrollView: UIScrollView!
    @IBOutlet var pageControl: UIPageControl!
    @IBOutlet var btnGetStarted: UIButton!
    @IBOutlet var btnSignIn: UIButton!

    var scrollWidth: CGFloat! = 0.0
    var scrollHeight: CGFloat! = 0.0

    //data for the slides
    var descs = ["Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit.","Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit.","Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit."]
    var imgs = ["intro1","intro4","intro5"]

    //get dynamic width and height of scrollview and save it
    override func viewDidLayoutSubviews() {
        scrollWidth = scrollView.frame.size.width
        scrollHeight = scrollView.frame.size.height

    override func viewDidLoad() {
        //to call viewDidLayoutSubviews() and get dynamic width and height of scrollview

        self.scrollView.delegate = self
        scrollView.isPagingEnabled = true
        scrollView.showsHorizontalScrollIndicator = false
        scrollView.showsVerticalScrollIndicator = false

        //crete the slides and add them
        var frame = CGRect(x: 0, y: 0, width: 0, height: 0)

        for index in 0..<titles.count {
            frame.origin.x = scrollWidth * CGFloat(index)
            frame.size = CGSize(width: scrollWidth, height: scrollHeight)

            let slide = UIView(frame: frame)

            let imageView = UIImageView.init(image: UIImage.init(named: imgs[index]))
            imageView.frame = CGRect(x:0,y:0,width:300,height:300)
            imageView.contentMode = .scaleAspectFit
            imageView.center = CGPoint(x:scrollWidth/2,y: scrollHeight/2 - 50)
            let txt1 = UILabel.init(frame: CGRect(x:32,y:imageView.frame.maxY+30,width:scrollWidth-64,height:30))
            txt1.textAlignment = .center
            txt1.font = UIFont.boldSystemFont(ofSize: 20.0)
            txt1.text = titles[index]

            let txt2 = UILabel.init(frame: CGRect(x:32,y:txt1.frame.maxY+10,width:scrollWidth-64,height:50))
            txt2.textAlignment = .center
            txt2.numberOfLines = 3
            txt2.font = UIFont.systemFont(ofSize: 18.0)
            txt2.text = descs[index]



        //set width of scrollview to accomodate all the slides
        scrollView.contentSize = CGSize(width: scrollWidth * CGFloat(titles.count), height: scrollHeight)

        //disable vertical scroll/bounce
        self.scrollView.contentSize.height = 1.0

        //initial state
        pageControl.numberOfPages = titles.count
        pageControl.currentPage = 0


    @IBAction func pageChanged(_ sender: Any) {
        scrollView!.scrollRectToVisible(CGRect(x: scrollWidth * CGFloat ((pageControl?.currentPage)!), y: 0, width: scrollWidth, height: scrollHeight), animated: true)

    func scrollViewDidEndDecelerating(_ scrollView: UIScrollView) {

    func setIndiactorForCurrentPage()  {
        let page = (scrollView?.contentOffset.x)!/scrollWidth
        pageControl?.currentPage = Int(page)


That’s all! Don’t forget to add images in the assets folder. Now you have an elegant onboarding page. For a fancy button like in the picture, follow this tutorial.