Web & UX Design: Discover 5 sources of inspiration

Autor: Wojciech

Websites | UX Design

09 December, 2021

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Web & UX Design: What are the best sites to get inspiration from?

Where to get inspiration when you don’t have an idea for a UX design project? Book, movie, music, or maybe a trip to an art gallery? It sounds great, but you don’t always have time for it – especially when deadlines are chasing you. Below I will present you a few sources of inspiration that you should get to know before you pack up for a trip to the Bieszczady Mountains in search of inspiration.

Websites that will inspire you:

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1. Pinterest

The first choice is quite obvious, because probably everyone knows Pinterest. Well, it turns out that not all of them. If you haven’t heard about this portal yet, it’s high time to log in. It is a service that can be compared to a cork board. Pins, or pins, are materials of various colors that are attached by users of this website. These can be photos, videos or GIFs. The scope of the content posted is huge. You will find various things here, starting with memes and ending with single-family house designs. Search for a topic you are interested in, and with the “pins” you find, you can easily create so-called “moodboards”. Just be careful, Pinterest is addictive – you browse at your own risk.

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2. Awwwards

The Awwwards organization has been honoring the best, most innovative websites for twelve years. If you want to be up to date with fashion and trends in the world of web design, this is the place for you. Here you will find not only news about the appearance of the website, but also discover trends in usability, creativity, content and mobile versions of the website. Moreover, you can submit your work and then wait for the raw verdict. Who knows, maybe inspired by this article you will get the highest ratings and find yourself in the “wins” tab? Good luck!

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3. Behance

This time we are dealing with a website from the well-liked and well-known Adobe Inc. This is a must for people who work creatively. Behance is another site on this list where you can easily find inspiring work. Already on the home page you are flooded with a sea of great works in areas such as: architecture, photography, graphics, web design, UI / UX design and many, many others. If you know what you are looking for, you can easily find your target thanks to the extensive filters. Let’s not forget that Behance is, above all, a great place to show off your skills. So, post a portfolio and inspire others 😊

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4. Dribbble

This is another website that brings together a community of designers. As in the case of its predecessors, we can find here works related to graphics, web design, illustration, typography, branding, UI/ UX design. Here you will find the latest design trends. If you want to be up to date, be sure to check it out. The website is well-thought-out and tailored to the user’s needs. Seriously, browsing Dribbble is a pleasure. You will not be able to do without registration, because the content for those who are not logged in is very limited.

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5. Instagram

You surely know this website, and if you don’t know it, you’ve heard it for sure. This is a giant that was bought by Facebook in 2012 for about $ 1 billion. Although it is a social network, you can follow your favorite designers thanks to it. If you don’t have any, don’t worry, find an interesting hashtag (e.g. #design, #designinspiration, #webdesign, #ux) and follow artists, companies, agencies. Instagram will catch what you need very quickly and will offer you a lot of other options. Don’t be limited to designers and the aforementioned # hashtags. You never know what your creativity can fire up.

As you can see, there are plenty of destinations on the Internet that can inspire you. These are only 5 of the many other places available on the web that can boost your creativity. In addition, Awwwards, Behance and Dribbble are places your prospective employer will surely look to if they are looking for a good, creative designer. Especially that the tab for creating job offers will help him in this, so if you look for jobs, it may be a bull’s eye.

If you have a profile on one of these portals and you want to share your portfolio – add a link in the comment. We are eager to see your works, or maybe you will inspire us? We are looking forward to!

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