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Best UI/UX Resources Every UI/UX Designer Needs

Whether you're beginner UI/UX designer or have been designing professionally, the following resources in this post, is going to take your UI/UX design skills to the next level

1. dribble

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Explore the world’s leading design portfolios. Millions of designers and agencies around the world showcase their portfolio work on Dribbble - the home to the world’s best design and creative professionals.

2. behance

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Behance is social media platform that lets creatives to display their artistic and creative work and connect with other artists

3. awwwards

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A meeting point, where digital design professionals from across the globe find inspiration, impart knowledge and experience, connect, and share constructive, respectful critiques.

4. onepagelove

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One Page Love is the leading showcase of beautiful One Page websites, templates and resources.

5. pttrns

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Pttrns've thousands of curated mobile design patterns, get online advice, and connect with other designers from all over the world.

6. uxmovement

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UX Movement is an independent publication that teaches you how to improve the user experience of your apps, websites, and interfaces through the tips, techniques, and best practices

7. screenlane

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Screenlane is a website and newsletter that features the latest mobile design inspirations.

8. ecomm.design

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eCommerce Website Design Gallery & Tech Inspiration
Browse a collection of the top 3805 eCommerce websites by Platform, Categories, Technologies & Traffic.

9. land-book

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At Land-book, you’ll find a great variety of different types of websites. No matter what project you’re working on, there’s always something that might inspire and encourage you to do even better stuff. :)

10. muz.li

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Designers' Secret Source. The best design inspiration - expertly curated for you. Muzli is a new-tab browser plugin and mobile app that instantly delivers relevant design stories and inspiration

11. pageflows

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Design better user flows by learning from proven products

12. grabient

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Grabient lets you generate linear web gradient

13. marvelapp

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The best design articles every day.

14. designmodo

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Designmodo is a team of tech experts, creatives and all-round digital gurus based all over the world. Create incredible websites and email newsletters with simple tools

15. nngroup

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UX research and consulting firm trusted by leading organizations world-wide to provide reliable guidance on user experience.

16. smashingmagazine

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Curated guides on major topics covered by Smashing articles, conference talks and others. Each guide brings together the best we have on that subject, to help you explore and learn.

17. uxdesign

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Curated stories on UX, Visual & Product Design

18. sitepoint

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UX design articles from UX experts

19. webdesignernews

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Whether you’re looking to stay up-to-date on the latest industry news or find inspiration for your next project, Webdesigner News is your go-to source for news, articles and much more.

20. interaction-design

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Your constantly-updated definition of User Interface (UI) Design Patterns and collection of topical content and literature

21. uxplanet

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One-stop resource for everything related to user experience

22. lawsofux

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Laws of UX is a collection of best practices that designers can consider when building user interfaces.

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