10 Web Design Accounts to Follow on Twitter

Web designIt’s Friday again, and today I’d like to bring you a list of 10 web design-related Twitter accounts to follow.

Whatever part of digital marketing you’re involved in, at one point or another you have to work on least a landing page. And even if you’re outsourcing the task to someone else, basic knowledge of web design, as well as keeping up with the latest trends and developments is always good.

Following the below-listed Twitter accounts should help you with that (as well as serve a good daily source of design ideas):

  1. Smashing Magazine Get smashed with Vitaly Friedman, editor-in-chief of Smashing Magazine, an online magazine for designers and web developers.
  2. Jacob GubeWeb developer/designer, founder of Six Revisions, co-founder of Design Instruct, author of The Ultimate Guide to Creating Popular Websites.
  3. DesignerDepot — Webdesigner Depot is one of the most popular blogs about web design trends, tutorials and much more. It’s run by Walter Apai, a web designer from Vancouver.
  4. DesignersCouchOfficial Twitter account of a creative community to share your designs, be inspired and connect with talented peers.
  5. Anjelica AlexandrisI eat and sleep design so I can supply the freshest design resources on Twitter and if I get chance I look out of my window to check the world still exists.
  6. Mathew CarpenterAggregating web design & development articles, news, resources & tutorials on a daily basis.
  7. WebDesignDevCreative journal for web enthusiasts. Learn web design the easy way!
  8. FuelCreativity — Get inspired! Official Twitter account of more FuelBrandNetwork.com.
  9. DesignrFix — From inspiration comes design! Daily Inspiration and useful online resources for web designers and graphic artists.
  10. DesignFollowWeb designer and blogger.

As always, if you have anyone else to add, your input would be much appreciated. Just post it below.

4 thoughts on “10 Web Design Accounts to Follow on Twitter”

  1. Geno… May I make a suggestion on your emails you send re. your daily blogs? There are quite a few that are real keepers, and I don’t always have the time to get over to your blog.

    However, as I save these emails, there’s no reference point as to the subject. Your email is from: Affiliate Marketing Blog. And the subject is Affiliate Marketing Blog by you.

    Sure would help this reader if you would make the subject specific to the topic, eg: 10 Web Design Accounts to Follow on Twitter by you. Or make the email from AMBlog by you and reference the blog title in the subject line?

    Just some feedback. Thanks for all your hard work in getting good info out to us.

    Carlen Maddux

  2. Great point, Carlen! That (email notifications of daily posts) is being handled automatically via Feedburner, and, honestly, I had no idea that this is how things look at your end. I’ll tweak that right away. Thank you for pointing this out, Carlen.

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