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The Tips: 10 Sites for UI/UX Design Inspiration

Updated: Jan 27, 2019

When you are looking for fresh ideas, of course there are usual suspects like Awwwards, Behance, Dribble and Pinterest which are all solid resources but if we all drink from the same font spring daily eventually everything starts to taste the same. This is our top ten list of alternates for design inspiration at the click of a button.


FWA is where you go to experience cutting-edge innovation in digital design and development. It’s a space that encourages the digital industry to push the boundaries of technology, to show people what is possible.


Not a website Panda is an amazing plugin for Chrome and Safari.It is a design news aggregator and you can load up your plugin dashboard with various custom text and image feeds to feast your eyes on everytime you open a new tab. Once you set Panda up you will always be up to date on the latest in design news and trends. Personally I use Dribbble on the image tile panel and Designer news on the news feed.


Designers, Developers, Product Owners, Marketing Managers, Startupers, Freelancers and, really, for everyone who appreciates fine designs and well-crafted sites. Landbook wants to inspire and support you in the process of creating your own unique website projects.

Little Big Details

Little Big Details is a curated collection of the finer details of design, updated every day. It is a great place to find inspiration from all the small things that really do matter in interaction design.


Mobbin is a hand-picked collection of the latest mobile design patterns from apps that reflect the best in design. Get inspiration from over 100 iOS apps and 5,000 patterns (screenshots from iPhone X) available on the platform.


This website by InVision features high quality work by designers from all over the word. Mining leading web sources like Dribbble, Mashable, and Techcrunch, Muzli combines automated curation with human discovery, to uncover the best design inspiration and news that you won’t find with a web search. They also have a plugin for Chrome and Safari to bring the latest designs to you directly.

Nicely Done

This useful website shows you screenshots of the most up to date digital websites on the web right now. You can use it to figure out patterns and ways to design new features for your current project plus many more things. The simple design and layout makes it intuitive to use and it is a very handy tool for a UX, UI, product designer to have on hand.

Page Flows

And this website does just that. With a growing library of free user flow videos and screen shots Page Flows is a useful reference tool. You can also upgrade your account if you want to have access to even more websites and apps screen captures.


These well presented websites demonstrate the best web designs broken down into sections called pages. The pages sort by pricing, product, landing and app. Quickly and easily find inspiration for your next great design project.

UI Jar

Ui Jar features handpicked by designers for designers content from around the web. This is primarily for UI web and mobile designers. They have a nice section of curated collections that let you search for what you specifically want to see.

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