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Having a bank of the best website design inspirations has proven a huge asset to my workflow. With a go-to list of inspirational resources, I can jump into projects faster and more effectively with a surplus of design ideas, and better meet the demands of any creative brief.

Whether you're an experienced web designer or just starting out, a web design project’s scope can quickly narrow down the number of resources available, making it tough to find the right web designs for inspiration for your task. But having a few reliable starting places can help you meet clients’ needs, while encouraging you to explore new design solutions, keep up with design trends, and push your creativity.

21 sources of web design inspiration

Here are 21 sources I use for website design inspiration:

1. Best Website Gallery

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A highly curated gallery of premium web design inspiration run by one man, David Hellmann. He started this side project way back in 2008, and he’s still going strong, perhaps because it also serves as David’s personal inspiration gallery.

(Which is a pretty great idea, come to think of it. Perhaps, by the end of this post, you’ll be inspired — and armed — to start building a personal inspiration gallery of your own!)

Best Website Gallery, or BWG, uses a tagging system so you can quickly find sites based on their style, design approach, functionality, and more. And with over 2,000 quality websites to peruse, this comes in handy.

Why you should go to BWG for website design inspiration

Because BWG boasts an expansive, high-quality, curated gallery complete with search and a robust tagging system. It’s particularly good for:

1. Portfolio websites

If you're the kind who likes to take part in the May 1st Reboot every year, it’s handy to have so many other designers’ online portfolios handy to steal from — I mean, get inspired by.

2. Agency websites

Agencies tend to attract the highest-caliber creatives, so their websites often rank high among the best of the best on the web. These can be inspiring not only for your own agency website, but also any client, business, or portfolio site.

3. Color inspiration

BWG gives you the ability to filter sites by color, so you can easily find a beautiful color palette that includes your client’s brand colors!

2. Behance – Discover

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Behance’s web design discover page makes it really easy to find massive amounts of web design inspiration from their huge, diverse creative community. Toggle your search settings to specify timeframes, popularity, and/or location. For example, you can do a search for the “most appreciated web designs from the last week in Toronto, Canada” and find these results. If nothing else, it’ll give you a whole new appreciation for the size — and talent — of the world’s creative community!

Why you should go to Behance for web design inspiration

Given that Behance is part of the Adobe family of companies, it’s probably the world’s largest and most active creative community. And its extremely detailed filtering options can help you find just about anything you’re looking for, from the latest hot typography from Japan, to the most-discussed UI designs coming out of Mexico, to the best copywriting out of your own hometown.

Community-curated inspiration

Filters like “most appreciated” give you a peek into the creative collective unconscious, and ensure you see the best of the best — from the perspective of the best.

The “tools used” filter

Most inspiration sites are agnostic about the tools used in the creative process. Not so Behance, which gives you a handy way to see what people are doing with a given platform or tool with its Tools Used filter (under “Additional Filters”). Here’s the world’s most appreciated projects made with Webflow, for example.

3. Awwwards

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Awwwards’ respected award system attracts submissions of the highest quality — i.e., those that continually push the borders between art and web design.

The quality of the inspiration reflects the quality of the jury. (Which includes Webflow wiz, Timothy Noah and our own Ryan Morrison.) Awwwards has enlisted the help of some of modern web design’s best to judge the quality of each submission.

Why you should go to Awwwards for web design inspiration

If you leave the Webbys (which are a bit broader in scope) out of the equation, Awwwards is pretty much the gold standard when it comes to acknowledging the highest-quality web design produced today. And there are a couple of reasons for that.

Expert jury voting

While most inspiration sites are personal or side projects, Awwwards has hand-picked a jury of web experts to weigh in on each submitted site. And they don’t just evaluate a site based on how “pretty” it is: instead, they consider each site’s design, usability, creativity, and content, give each dimension a score, then calculate a total score. They even explain the scoring system.

Breakdowns in detail pages

But the transparency doesn’t stop at sharing their scoring system. They actually display each jury member’s scoring across all four dimensions, right on the site’s detail page — along with the scores of regular community members (which you’re welcome to become by joining).

Extensive tagging

Finally, Awwwards tags each site with a host of terms detailing different elements like frameworks and platforms used, dominant colors, and industry/vertical details.

Editor’s note: My one wish for Awwwards would be that it give content more than 10% of the final overall score. Seems like an injustice to all those hardworking copywriters and content-rich sites out there.

4. CSS Nectar

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CSSnectar’s inspirational websites are triple-vetted. First, there’s a fee to submit a website for review, and I think it’s safe to assume people won’t pay to submit unless they’re confident in and proud of the work. Second, a team of creatives reviews each submission before it goes live.

Why you should go to CSSNectar for design inspiration

Three words: Triple. Vetted. Content.

While you can find human-curated content and design inspiration all around the web, a three-stage curation process that includes hand-picked experts really brings the cream of the crop to the top.

Detailed filtering options

CSS Nectar makes finding inspiration for specific site types easy with their tags and filters, which include category, feature, country, and color tags.

5. Abduzeedo

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Abduzeedo offers up stiff doses of design inspiration on the daily — allowing you to keep up with today's web design trends. And because the staff doesn’t limit itself to web design, you’ll find it helps you stretch your personal design paradigm into new dimensions. After all, there’s nothing to say your next website can’t be inspired by awesome graphic design in a print ad, right?

Why you should go to Abduzeedo for design inspiration

They highlight the full breadth of design disciplines

Abduzeedo isn’t just for digital design inspiration. Instead, they highlight everything from photography to architecture. And as any creative knows, breadth and variety of inspiration can stimulate whole new ways of approaching any problem.

A wide variety of formats

Abduzeedo also brings diversity to their inspiration game via the wide variety of media they work in. Besides their daily showcases, they also bring the creativity through long-form stories, wallpapers, and even (gasp) IRL events.

6. siteInspire

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Run by Daniel Howells of Howells Studio, siteInspire boasts a huge library of inspirational websites you can easily filter with an extensive tagging system. Using multiple tags at once can really refine the type of web inspiration you get, and diverse combinations can produce some interesting results.

Why you should go to siteInspire for web design inspiration

An elegant tagging system helps you dial in the right inspiration.

Subject-based inspiration

As you freelancers and agency designers know well, sometimes you need inspiration for a specific industry or business vertical. Whatever industry you need inspiration for, siteInspire’s subject tags will get you to the right place.

Style-based navigation

Sometimes, you’re less interested in a subject or industry than you are in the overall layout, or even just a specific design pattern.

Unfortunately, when you search for things like “unusual navigation” on other inspiration sites, the results aren’t usually what you’re looking for. Fortunately, siteInspire has filters/tags just for that and they’re great for finding hyper-targeted inspiration.

7. Product Pages

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While many of the best design inspiration sites give you a ton of highly granular tools for finding exactly what you’re looking for, there’s also a deep joy to be found in “accidental” discovery.

Pages provides that experience with a feed-focused design you can view in list or grid format — as well as a straightforward search tool that might speed up the process if you need something specific. But I get the impression that Pages’ designers would rather you dive right into the feed so you can find something a little unexpected. As long as you’re looking for product marketing website inspiration, that is.

Why you should go to Product Pages for web design inspiration

If you’re currently in the early stages of designing a product marketing website, this is the website you’ve been looking for.

Marketing website inspiration

While many other inspirational sites focus on more “razzle-dazzle” pages, Pages is the place to go for the (somewhat more) straightforward art of designing to persuade. The sites enshrined here offer a host of great web design ideas on different ways to present product screenshots, how to tackle the difficult process of writing headlines, and how to build strong navigational systems that don’t distract too much from the holy grail: a conversion.

Inspiration for page optimizations

As designers, we all know how annoying it can be when the marketing person asks for help optimizing a pricing or checkout page. Usually his name is something like Tim and he’s constantly trying to litter brightly colored buttons throughout the site. Luckily, Pages has pricing, checkout, and store page categories with design concepts that help you give that ugly suggestion Tim offered some style.

8. Land-book

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Land-book markets themselves as having "the finest handpicked website inspirations," and it's with good reason. Land-book offers a wide showcase of the best landing pages from various industries. On Land-book you'll find a wide range of design inspiration, from SaaS landing pages, agency website, portfolios, and all the way to ecommerce stores.

You can even make an account on their website and save a collection of the website designs you like to reference later. Whether you're looking for retro designs, inspiration for social media, looking to do a redesign, or working on user interfaces, Land-book is a good place to get inspired.

9. Commerce Cream

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Commerce Cream curates some of the best-looking ecommerce website designs submitted by design agencies. If you’re looking for some ecommerce inspiration, Commerce Cream is a great resource to find a wide variety of design styles — including original, bold, modern, and minimal designs.

Why you should go to Commerce Cream for web design inspiration

Commerce Cream is a great place to find ecommerce design inspiration because they only feature the best-looking online stores out there. They also show you the agencies behind the designs, allowing you to discover impressive portfolios from some of the best web design agencies.

Quality designs only

Websites submitted on Commerce Cream are vetted before they make the website. Anyone can submit a store, but only select stores are picked to be featured. This ensures that all websites displayed are backed by quality design agencies.

Find the agencies behind the designs

Being able to find the design agency behind your favorite website design is like discovering a candy store. It opens the door to discovering even more design inspiration from a particular style you like. This can give you the opportunity to view other portfolio work from the agencies that create your favorite designs.

10. Dribbble

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Depending on how often you look for web design inspiration, you’ve probably come across Dribbble. Dribbble is a community of designers that share, grow their skills, and find design work — all in one marketplace. It’s a great resource for any designer, but specifically good at being a resource for design inspiration.

Why you should go to Dribbble for web design inspiration

Dribbble has a large showcase of designs — everything from print to web design. It’s a great resource for finding inspiration outside of just web design.

Finding inspiration outside of web design

Sometimes the best website design ideas come from you doing something completely new. Try looking for web design inspiration in graphic designs or animations. Dribbble has a diverse variety of designs across multiple fields of work to help get creative. If you're looking for inspiration for UX design, or even web development, Dribbble is a great place to get inspired.

11. The Great Discontent

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Sometimes, inspiration doesn’t come from a visual source — and isn’t limited to a specific project. Instead, you might find a motivational story that pushes you to go further with your work and career, so you can design your way into new avenues.

For those moments, The Great Discontent’s interviews can kindle your creative fire. Jump into Q&As with successful designers, art directors, illustrators, and more, and grab some insight into what makes them — and their careers — tick.

Why you should go to The Great Discontent for web design inspiration

Intimate interviews with design industry leaders

Sometimes, the design industry can feel hyper-focused on concrete things like deliverables, workflows, tools, and best practices.

All that’s powerful, and much needed, but it can also lead us to lose sight of the real human beings behind the pixels — and the often-powerful stories that led them to their dream careers. The Great Discontent affords us a rare, personal glimpse behind the screens to explore more nebulous, but ultimately more emotional topics like the links between creativity and vulnerability, the power of stories, and the often-difficult art of saying no.

It’s powerful stuff, and could do more to inspire you than all the eye-candy Dribbble's could offer.

12. A List Apart

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From its origins as a humble mailing list,A List Apart has grown into a key destination for the design community, becoming a reliable resource for quality articles that rise above the norm.

I mean, how do you not read the journal that published Ethan Marcotte’s “Responsive Web Design”? (Which, in case you’ve been on Mars lately, basically started “the whole responsive design thing.”)

Why you should go to A List Apart for web design inspiration

In-depth written content

If you’re looking for the top 25 WordPress themes of 2020, A List Apart is not for you. But if you’re looking for thoughtful, innovative takes on the finer points of designing for our digital world from the best designers on the web–it’s the best damn design journal on the web.

13. Brutalist Websites

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This is a bit of a hot take, but: in a design world dominated by websites that need, above all, to attract new users and make more money, the raw, middle finger raised to UX that Brutalism represents can be a bit of a breath of fresh air.

You won’t see a lot of refined interactions, lovingly set type, or rigidly harmonious grids on Brutalist Websites. Instead, you’ll see grids broken 16 ways to Sunday, massive headlines set in ye olde “web safe” fonts, bizarre cursor-based effects that seem designed to obliterate rather than navigate a website, and scroll effects that seem designed to assault the senses.

Overall, the sites gathered here offer an intriguing glimpse of what the web can be when creativity needn’t concern itself with conversions. And while brutalism’s certainly not the only way to explore that theme, it is a weirdly compelling one.

Why you should go to Brutalist Websites for web design inspiration

Truly artistic inspiration

Most of the web is not about self-expression. Instead, it’s about growth: new readers, new subscribers, new customers. It’s popups, ads, takeovers, and sponsored content.

Brutalism, by contrast, is ripping open a space where designers can do what they want, rather than what they should. The works created here eschew all the optimization advice and best practices lists in favor of looks and effects that live in the jarring, and sometimes border on the offensive (to expectations, anyway).

If you like to see creative designers let loose and not worry about making the sale, Brutalist Websites may be your cup of tea.

Straight up fun design inspiration

The other great thing about Brutalist Websites is how weirdly riveting these “unpolished” designs can be. It’s easy to get lost in the sites it curates, marveling at just how 90s-Myspace NO, SHE DOESN’T LABEL is, or even how downright good a site like Internet Warriors is.

Brutalist Websites is a site you go to for surprise. And one of those surprises is just how close brutalist websites can be to the rest of the internet — you know, the parts that haven’t been optimized to death.

14. Admire The Web

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Admire The Web is another strong resource due to its high-quality curated content. Searching through the website proves a touch more cumbersome than others, but the reward is in the abundant content.

Why you should go to Admire The Web for web design inspiration

Category-specific inspiration

Admire The Web may not be be winning any design awards itself, but its content is extensively tagged, so if you don’t mind straining your eyes a little, you’ll be uncovering a rich vein of themed inspiration in no time.

Related content

Something that I think a lot of sites need these days is the classic, Amazon-style “Similar content.” While it’s easy to brush off when the match isn’t so accurate, when you do find that post that really inspires you, similar content makes it easy to keep tunneling down that rabbit hole of inspiration.

15. Template Monster

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A theme shop might not be the first place you think of when you’re looking for creative inspiration. After all, the designs tend to the more generic side of the visual spectrum.

However, Template Monster can be a really effective place to jump off from, since quality themes tend to have really good architecture and often pay close attention to best practices.

Use themes as inspiration by reviewing their content structure and visual design patterns, then layer on your own creative spin based on the project's needs.

Why you should go to Template Monster for web design inspiration

Quality inspiration for best practices

While design “best practices” can vary across industries, and are often founded more in conjecture and tradition than analysis, they’re well-worth exploring — especially when you’re designing something for an unfamiliar industry. With over 25k+ templates in almost every vertical, you’re sure to find something that’ll help.

Editor's note: other popular theme shops, from giants like Themeforest to boutiques like Pixel Union, can also be superb places to look for inspiration.

16. Pttrns

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I know what you’re thinking: why is a site focused on mobile app designs featured in a web design inspiration list?!

Well, for starters, here at Webflow, we’re all about responsive design. So any mobile app can serve as a superb source of inspiration for your smaller-breakpoint designs. Plus, if you abstract away from the medium a bit, it’s not at all hard to imagine how a mobile design pattern might influence your larger-screen designs.

Plus, Pttrns features more screens from each curated app, so you can easily get a broader sense of how design patterns play out across multiple environments, and create consistency (or introduce difference) across the course of a flow.

Why you should go to Pttrns for web design inspiration


Unlike many other sites, Pttrns focuses (surprisingly) on design patterns, divvying up featured apps in categories like “confirmation,” “ask permission,” and “activity feed.” So if you’re looking for inspiration within a small subset of an interaction or flow, Pttrns will serve you up the best collection of results.

Mobile-web focused

While many of the designs and breakdowns in Pttrns are native apps, we all know that mobile web is pretty much on par with native these days, so pulling mobile web layout inspiration from here is great.

17. Designspiration

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Designspiration is like the Pinterest of the design world in that it’s a simply massive, community-curated feed you can dive into for hours at a time. It doesn’t focus on any particular form of design inspiration, but does give you the tools to focus in on particular themes if you’d like.

Why you should go to Designspiration for web design inspiration

Saving content

Few curation sites add the personal element that comes from allowing you to save the things that inspire you. Instead of focusing on ephemeral, project-based inspiration, Designspiration lets you build up a personal cache of inspiration websites, and adjusts its feed based on your tastes. There’s pros and cons to that, of course, but sometimes there’s nothing like a stream fine-tuned to you.

18. Calltoidea

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This is definitely one of my favorites — in part because you can use it as more of a utility than a passive inspiration tool. Calltoidea features web design inspiration in categories for almost every page a designer might come across in their career. Packed with everything from 404 pages to admin dashboards, Calltoidea can help you can find great designs to build off or deviate from whenever you need them.

Why you should go to Calltoidea for web design inspiration

Robust assortment of page categories

As designers, we sometimes get caught up in the really fun work we get to do, like homepage design, leading us to focus less on the vital but “boring” pages that hit visitors at crucial/emotional times (such as login, 404, pricing, etc.).

Many inspiration sites skimp on such pages, but Calltoidea focuses on just those – so you can make sure you’re putting some of your best work into those crucial pages.

19. Pinterest

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Maybe you’ve heard of this not so little website called Pinterest? Pinterest is a hub for distributed content across the internet. From cooking recipes to design inspiration — Pinterest has it all. If you search for “web design inspiration” on Pinterest, you’ll see all the users who “pinned” their favorite web design content for others to see.

Why you should go to Pinterest for web design inspiration

Pinterest not only allows you to find inspiring designs for your own work, but it can also help you find content to inspire, shape, or change your whole design career trajectory. Because anyone can post on Pinterest, you’ll find a wide variety of content from website showcases to valuable blog posts.

20. Select agency/designer portfolios

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A portfolio website from an inspiring agency or creative can also help you find that spark your project may need, whether its for yourself, small businesses, or anything web design related. Which portfolios and designs you prefer can be a little more personal, so it’ll take a little work to build your stockpile. Create a go-to list of portfolios to save time in the future, and add to it as you discover more. Here are a few to kickstart your collection:

  1. BigDrop
  2. Pentagram
  3. Immersive Garden
  4. Ryan Gittings
  5. Meagan Fisher

21. Instagram web design pages

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Just like Pinterest, Instagram is a hidden gem for finding inspiration not only website designs, but for all things related to design and the web. There are tons of theme pages on Instagram that focus on showcasing other designers' work. A few design pages you can follow for website and UI design inspiration include:

Bonus: Webflow Showcase

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Okay, so maybe we're a little biased. But we definitely believe our very own Showcase section contains enough inspiration to keep you fully stocked for months at a time. Plus, it's a great way to see what you can do with Webflow — without writing code.

Why you should go to Webflow for web design inspiration

Because it's the best way to see all the remarkable things people are doing with Webflow, naturally.

Where do you get inspiration?

What inspiration sources get you going creatively? Do you have a favorite web design blog or portfolio? Share your favorite sources of inspiration and ideas in the comments below, and we’ll add the best to the list.

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  • So, what makes a great website?
  • Well Designed and Functional. ...
  • Easy to Use. ...
  • Optimized for Mobile. ...
  • Fresh, Quality Content. ...
  • Readily accessible contact and location. ...
  • Clear calls to action. ...
  • Optimized for Search and the Social Web.

What is the golden rule in web design? ›

Keep it simple.

Cramming too much into each page creates confusion. Visitors get frustrated when they have to scroll through a cluttered interface to find what they need. Keep your pages simple and your website will be easier to use.

What are the six 6 principles of web design? ›

6 Usability Principles for Effective Web Design
  • Every page element should fulfill a purpose. ...
  • Calls to action should be clear. ...
  • Conversions should always be a top priority. ...
  • Navigation should make sense. ...
  • Designs and page elements should stand out and be memorable. ...
  • Elements should facilitate engagement.
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How can I make my website Powerful? ›

Quick Summary
  1. Start with a clear navigation.
  2. Use conversational English.
  3. Apply SEO best practices in mind.
  4. Provide all the relevant information.
  5. Leave out the hype.
  6. Make your home page a to-the-point summary.
  7. Create unique landing pages for specific topics.
  8. Let pictures help tell your story.

What makes a bad website design? ›

There are six things bad websites have in common. A cluttered layout, hidden navigation menu, lack of color contrast, non-responsive design, and inconsistent typefaces are a few hallmarks of bad website design. Still, the main issue with sites with poor design is a lack of user-centricity.

What makes an impressive website? ›

It should have a clear purpose. It should be visually pleasing and easy to navigate. It should perform well for a wide range of visitors and be technically stable and secure. Good websites are attractive, functional, and useful.

How do I get motivated for web development? ›

Here are three simple steps to put you — and more importantly keep you — on the track to becoming a web developer: Discover your Big Goal. Find ways to constantly remind yourself of your Big Goal. Start learning!

Where do you go for UX design inspiration? ›

9 best UX design inspiration websites
  1. Smashing Magazine. ...
  2. Mockplus Blog. ...
  3. Designer News. ...
  4. UX Magazine. ...
  5. Creative Bloq. ...
  6. UX Design Edge. ...
  7. Medium. ...
  8. User Experience Stack Exchange.

How do Web developers stay motivated? ›

Join A Developer Community

Joining a developer community is a brilliant way to stay motivated for one chief reason: you will constantly see the works and achievements of other developers. You'll get to see their latest projects as well as tales of how they were able to achieve it.

What are the 3 most important skills of a great developer? ›

Having excellent problem-solving skills, confidence to achieve, and a can-do attitude toward any challenge are important software developer competencies, which make that developer a valued resource in any organization.

What skill is best for a web developer? ›

Here are some of the most common skills to have in this role:
  • HTML/CSS skills. If you hope to become a web developer, you must understand HTML and CSS. ...
  • Analytical skills. ...
  • Responsive design skills. ...
  • JavaScript skills. ...
  • Interpersonal skills. ...
  • Testing and debugging skills. ...
  • Back-end basics. ...
  • Search engine optimization.

Can web design be self taught? ›

Yes, it is perfectly possible to teach yourself web design. I asked around this week to see how people managed to acquire the skills and I tried to remember what worked for me. There are three main ways you can teach yourself web design. By doing.

Where can I find UX design mentors? ›

5 Valuable Resources to Help You Find Your UX Mentor
  1. Ask around. The first thing you should do when looking for a mentor is ask the people who are already in your network. ...
  2. Local Slack Channels. ...
  3. Local Networking Apps. ...
  4. CLUBHOUSE! ...
  5. BetterUp.
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How do you land a UX with no experience? ›

How to Get a UX Job with No Professional UX Experience
  1. Take at least one UX course. There's a ton of UX courses to explore. ...
  2. Shape your existing experience. Most UXBs come into this field thinking they have absolutely no UX experience. ...
  3. Fill in the Gaps. ...
  4. Gain UX experience. ...
  5. Finish your UX Portfolio and Apply.

Which country is best for UX design? ›

Although international hiring can be a challenge, we've come up with a list of the best countries for UX designers.
Today, the top countries making a push for technology education are:
  • India.
  • The Philippines.
  • Singapore.
  • Poland.
  • Costa Rica.
  • Israel.
  • Japan.

Why do most programmers quit? ›

Often programmers quit because they can make more money elsewhere. Compensation structures often incentivize developers to change jobs: the experience a person acquires in the role becomes more valuable than the incremental raises most developers can expect every couple of years.

Do web developers work 40 hours a week? ›

Most web developers work full time. This typically translates to 40 hours a week, though exact hours vary. Developers may need to work overtime to meet client or employer needs. Freelance web developers make their own schedules.

Is it stressful being a web developer? ›

Web development is stressful. Like any other job, deadlines, clients, competition, and projects can all add to the stress for web developers. Managing things like release dates, updates, timelines, and more can help decrease the stress for web developers.

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