• Divyesh Ghediya

10 Websites You should Bookmark for UI/UX Trends in 2020

Updated: Feb 12, 2020

Inspiration comes in many forms and professional development never ends. With that in mind, we have put list of web design blogs that can keep your brain fed for the entire year. We respect your time and feel like you deserve only the best of the best. Fill up your bookmark.

1. Awwwards

Awwwards I can say one-word "inspiration". When you land on the homepage, you can see the top designs of the day. The curation that goes into Awwwards is simply awesome, and you will always find new inspiration when you visit. as well as they post interviews and resources that you can use to boost your career. Additionally, their Sites of the Day feature should keep you coming back day after day just to see the amazing work other people put out. And yes This is personally one of my favorite blogs to visit daily basis.

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2. UX Collective

The UX Collective is a more structured and digestible curating some of that content and giving it back to the community. A big part of what we learned in UX comes from online reading: articles, tutorials, resources, blogs. It’s all available out there — but there's a lot. The logo polar bear is a reference to "Information Architecture for the Web and Beyond", one of the most famous books in UX.

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3. Collect UI

A platform for your daily inspiration collected from daily UI & beyond. This collection is based on Dribbble shots, handpicked. When browsing Dribbble popular feed we often see shots from daily UI challenges getting popular. But the challenges chosen are so good that they serve as a great source of inspiration. Let’s say you want to design a signup page, check this out and I’m sure you’re bursting with new design ideas.

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4. Webframe

A showcase of beautiful and well-designed web app screens for design inspiration. Including screens from behind signup/paywalls! Not only this they have categorized by each web component like Landing, Pricing, Plans, Intro and Dashboards etc.

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5. Mobbin Design

Mobbin is a hand-picked collection of the latest mobile design patterns from apps that reflect the best in design. Get inspiration from worldwide lots of apps and patterns screenshots from Mobile available on the platform.

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6. Smashing Magazine

Smashing Magazine not often that you find a publication that can put out as many high-quality articles as consistently as Smashing can. Some places publish lots of articles that have very little substance, but Smashing Magazine makes sure that pretty much every word they publish is relevant to you as a designer and developer. They also do various freebies and host conferences, as well as put out books on topics across our field, too.

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7. Airbnb design

Not only has Airbnb revolutionized the hospitality industry, but they’re also doing the same thing to web design. Having written (literally) the book on web design with React and JavaScript, they went one step further and publish their web design blog at They might cover visual guidelines for you to follow, making sure your design hits the right feel for its audience’s location, or maybe they are writing about values-driven design.

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8. Designmodo

Designmodo is known for its outstanding freebies and awesome premium offerings. On top of those, the tutorials and resources make it a great place to stop if you need a quick refresher on a particular topic or a reference to show a client how your idea would work in practice (and the theory behind it).

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9. E-commerce Platforms

To be a great designer, you have to be reflective. You need to be able to look at your work and find the good in it, but you also need to find the bad. The Design Reviver is a blog where you can find inspiration not only in the typical showcase of other people’s ideas but in the meaningful understanding of how you fit into your career path. They publish reviews and offer up tools so that you can approach your work with the respect it deserves.

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10. Codrops

With a CSS Reference search on their homepage, Codrops is a website that puts helping you first. Their information is timely, and their demos have live sites and code for you to take and use. For a web design blog, that’s almost like the holy grail.

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Thank You for reading!

Which one did you like from the list? Did we missed any websites or blog that is your favorite and should be include in future post please let use know your thought in comment box.

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