The focus of the gallery is on common web page components (e.g. navigation) and design trends (e.g. grid layouts). There are 30+ categories with trends and patterns you’ll surely like. You can also rate designs which impress you the most.
Use Your Interface
The collection of transitional interface and interaction design is constantly growing. You can also share your UI ideas with people.
Dribbble is a perfect source for designers looking for a creative solution. It’s easy to navigate and well-organized. You will definitely like its sleek and minimalist design.
Elements of Design
The main focus of the collection is on particular web design components (login forms, site navigation and so on).
I <3 Wireframes Ivana Jurcic, a Web Developer from Belgrade, Serbia collects wireframes in a Tumblr blog. If you want, you can contribute to it by adding your wireframe to it.
IBM Design Patterns A breathtaking gallery of patterns which brings innovative ideas to UI/UX/web-designers.
jQuery Mobile Gallery It’s a marvellous sample collection of mobile sites built with the help of jQuery Mobile
Little Big Details The website is curated by Floris Dekker of Gidsy.com. You’ll find a great many of UI designs there with a rational explanation of what makes this or that sample stand out.
Lovely UI Are you searching for unique and impressive mobile design patterns? You’ll find them here.
Web & Patterns The blog features tips, tricks, and advice on how to build effective user interfaces.
Welie: Patterns in Interaction Design Pattern Library It’s an interaction design library containing a great number of UI patterns.
Yahoo! Design Pattern Library Yahoo! Developer Network (YDN) maintains this gallery. There are a web development community and a forum where you can share and discuss stories with like-minded people.
Designing Interfaces (by Jenifer Tidwell) The book is a thorough guide on how to plan UI of a project. It provides many ideas on how to present data. The author gives alternative pattern names, their history and links to other authors’ works.
Designing Social Interfaces (by C. Crumlish & E. Malone) “Designing Social Interfaces” is an outstanding compilation of information on what makes social media applications work. It covers literally all sorts of patterns: from “social” sites and commenting systems to virtual prizes/badges.
Designing Web Interfaces (by B. Scott & T. Neil) Authors of the book describe 75 design patterns. It also includes real-life examples from such companies as Yahoo, Netflix, Basecamp, etc. You’ll find the principles of good interface design and how to use it with the web.