Konigi is a relatively different UX blog compared to UX booth, which I recommended before, or to be precise, different with most of UX blogs. Written by Michael Angeles, it is a blog sharing showcases, tools, and knowledge with UX practitioner.
As mentioned in many comments of this blog, it is a fantastic website to check out inspiring designs and useful tools. I took a quick tour around the website and found something definitely invaluable for my future use. For example, you could find Konigi designed tools such as Graph Paper, and OmniGraffle Wireframe Stencils, or you could find other popular used tools recommended by Konigi. For example, I found Usaura, a website running free 5-second test quite interesting. And by the way, the graphic interface design of Konigi itself is a good showcase for UX designers, great alignment, great hierarchy and grouping, simple and easy to find information. Another section of Konigi that appeals to me a lot is the Wiki section. You could find fruitful lists of UX related information, including terminology, deliverables, and even UX jobs resources.
Well, at the end, if you still insist on finding some recent topics about UX design, as what you could do in UX booth, Konigi actually has its blogging articles under “blog” section. I will say, it is definitely a website worth checking out from time to time.