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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, 2011 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, 2011 at 11:36

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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, 2011 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. Feb 17, 2012 at 14:37

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