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28-08-2016 Hermes Designs

10 Web Designers To Follow On Twitter

As a designer you have to always look for inspiration or resources and it is a very good idea to look at other designers’ work to get inspired. Here’s a list with some great professionals and publications that share their thoughts through Twitter. Check out this 10 Web Designers To Follow On Twitter list and don’t forget to follow your very own @HERMES_DESIGNS

@Collis

Collis works at Envato. He also blogs on Baha’i Blog on his spare time.

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@Sitepointdotcom

SitePoint provides cutting-edge content for web professionals — developers, designers, programmers, freelancers and site owners. It was founded by Mark Harbottle and Matt Mickiewicz.

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@99Designs

99designs is the #1 online marketplace for graphic design work, with 1,800 new contests each week and $2 million paid out to designers each month.

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@zeldman

Jeffery Zeldman’s blog offers web design information and entertainment since 1995. He is an entrepreneur, web designer, author, podcaster and speaker on web design. He is the founder of the web design studio Happy Cog.

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@Nickf

Nick Finck is a lecturer and author. He was the founder and publisher of Digital Web Magazine in 1996 and co-founder of Blue Flavor, a web consultancy firm.

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@Sixrevisions

Six Revisions is a website that publishes practical and useful articles for designers and web developers, maintained by Jacob Gube.

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@Smashingmag

Smashing Magazine is an online magazine for professional web designers and developers, with a focus on useful techniques, best practices for web design and more.

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@Andysowards

Andy Sowards is a professional web designer, developer, and programmer based in Lynchburg, VA who specializes in WordPress.

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@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.

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@Snookca

Snook is a web designer, developer, speaker, writer, and now product manager. He wrote SMACSS and now works at Shopify.

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