Starting a new web project can be feel like the writer in front of his blank page. You can have some ideas about the content on the page, but not figuring out what kind of layout using. You might also want to know what the competition is doing, or what are the latest trend.
And if you are a newbie, it’s a great way to study UI, different kind of pages, components, colors, etc.
I gathered a few websites that I really enjoyed, and I though that it would be worth sharing it. So, here we go!
1. UI Temple
UI Temple offers one of the biggest collection of curated websites. You have the choice to curate website by industry (B2B, education, gaming…), page (landing page, contact, page…), type (ecommerce, magazine, web service) and color.
2. SAAS CSS
What is special about SaaS CSS is that it only gathers websites from SaaS (Software as a Service) companies, and groups them by type (CRM, Analytics, marketing, email, etc.). It can be helpful to see the trend of the industry as well as to evaluate the competition. There is also a rating system showing what users think about those websites. Finally, you can also submit websites.
UIDB is focusing on providing examples for specific page elements like navigation bar, search, dashboard, pricing table, feature comparison, social login, but also offer page examples for team, contact us, free trial, and so on.
4. Collect UI
Collect UI might be of of the biggest resource out there for UI. The number of categories is also very impressive (144), from 404 pages, to testimonials, or video player. You should be able to find whatever you are looking for! Most of those are made by Dribbble designers.
5. Inspiration UI
Inspiration UI is focusing more on page elements: list, CTA, button, validation and other cool stuff!
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