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Which are the best UI related blogs/sites?

Where do you find inspiration for user interface design for web applications?

What are your preferred blogs and resources of inspiration?

I try to browse http://uxpad.com/ that aggregates blogs, but there's so much clutter.

  • I didn't know UXPad - thank you for the reference. However, I haven't yet found a news site like Engadget with a more narrow focus on (software) UI/UX news (about e.g. browsers, Mac OS X Lion, Win 8, etc.). Engadget doesn't seem to have filtering options that address such needs? I have tried to make a Yahoo Pipe with filtering of RSS feeds from e.g. Engadget, but that doesn't work well, either. – agib Jun 16 '11 at 11:03
  • You're welcome :) I discovered UXPad just recently. Don't they have RSS feeds per tag? Maybe you could gather interesting tags, and aggregate their RSS feeds. – MartinHN Jun 16 '11 at 11:36

bellow are some bookmarks

  1. Usibility Post
  2. Yahoo Developer YPatterns
  3. Anoriod practices
  4. Designing Help
  5. Color Theory
  6. Google Books
  7. welie.com/patterns/
  8. patterntap collection
  9. Slideshare search for visual design
  10. Use IT

Visit The UX Bookmarks for more Bookmarks

and after all i would like to share some thing which is i think the most important aspect of inspiration

A song to inspire confidence

This question is already asked. Which are the best UI related blogs/sites?


a while ago I wrote an article titled "24 inspirational blogs, books and articles on user interface patterns". You'll probably find everything you need right there.

  • +1 - If I could choose two answers, I would include yours. Great article. – MartinHN Jun 17 '11 at 7:24

This list is certainly incomplete without http://konigi.com/. Highly recommend Coopers blog as well: http://www.cooper.com/journal/


- littlebigdetails.com is a site I love for some quick inspiration. They showcase nice little features that have a big impact on the interface involved & that would normally be overlooked.

- Smashing Magazine has a great UX section with fresh & interesting content. Always worth a look.


uxmyths.com is a very useful website.

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    Whilst this may theoretically answer the question, it would be preferable to include the essential parts of the answer here, and provide the link for reference. – Octavian A. Damiean Feb 17 '12 at 14:37

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