Top 5 Websites For UX/UI Inspiration

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Nobody can stay creative all the time. So where do designers go to get up to speed with the latest trends and find inspiration? Here are the five websites I think the best to get your creative juice flowing.

Dribbble & Behance

Most designers’ first stop will be either Behance or Dribbble. They have most certainly earned their place as the “go-to” sites with the amount and quality of works up there.

Land-book

Land-book is a design gallery with the best and most carefully collected website inspirations. Their mission is to help creatives find inspirations and motivation to do rad stuff.

Awwwards

Awwwards are the Website Awards that recognize and promote the talent and effort of the best developers, designers and web agencies in the world. You will find some beautiful design that spark your creativity.

Uplabs

Uplabs is a site that curates the best of design and development inspiration, resources. It has some great freebies as well!

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