Designers can always benefit from some helpful inspiration, and user interface designers are no exception. They may not be assembling works of art in the traditional sense, but I think you would agree that a beautifully designed and functional user interface is a work of art in its own way. Creating something that works well when people use it is no small feat, and Patternry offers some suggestions that user interface designers can benefit from.
The site serves as a collection of design patterns that can provide inspiration. Each listing helps you understand how to use it, when to use it, and why you should use it. You can also examine some examples to get a feel for how this design method has been used before. If you don’t find what you want, then you can submit your suggestion and other designers can vote on it if they also want to see that pattern created. There’s not much here right now, but Patternry could grow into an interesting resource if enough people are attracted to it.