20 Blogs for Designers + 50 Designers on Twitter

Hi! This is the list of Creative Blogs for the Designers. These blogs provide lots of tutorials, resources, inspirations and freebies. So go through all of them and enjoy all the Design stuff. Later in this post you will find list of 50 awesome designers on the Twitter. Follow them and get flooded with incredible stuff. You can follow me on @Powerusers and also subscribe to this blog via RSS or email Updates.

Blogs for Designers

1. 1st Web Designer

1st Web Designer

2. Andy Sowards Blog

Andy Sowards Blog

3. Arbenting


4. Blog Spoon Graphics

Blog Spoon Graphics

5. David Airey

David Airey

6. Fuel Your Branding

Fuel Your Branding

7. im Just Creative

im Just Creative

8. Instant Shift

Instant Shift

9. Just Creative Design

Just Creative Design

10. My Ink Blog

My Ink Blog

11. Naldz Graphics

Naldz Graphics

12. Noupe


13. Outlaw Design Blog

Outlaw Design Blog



15. Six Revisions

Six Revisions

16. Smashing Magazine

Smashing Magazine

17. The Design Cubicle

The Design Cubicle

18. Tutorial 9

Tutorial 9

19. Vandelay Design Blog

Vandelay Design Blog

20. Vectips


Designers on Twitter

  1. @1stwebdesigner
  2. @abduzeedo
  3. @adellecharles
  4. @andysowards
  5. @angbowen
  6. @behoff
  7. @chadengle
  8. @chriscoyier
  9. @chrisspooner
  10. @collis
  11. @Colorburned
  12. @ComputerArts
  13. @creattica
  14. @DannyOutlaw
  15. @DavidAirey
  16. @designerdepot
  17. @DesignNewz
  18. @designshard
  19. @fuelcreativity
  20. @gracesmith
  21. @GraphicRiver
  22. @hongkiat
  23. @iBlend
  24. @ilovetypography
  25. @imjustcreative
  26. @inspiredm
  27. @instantshift
  28. @jophillips
  29. @justcreative
  30. @LayersMagazine
  31. @line25blog
  32. @LogoMotives
  33. @mayhemstudios
  34. @minervity
  35. @myinkblog
  36. @naldzgraphics
  37. @NETTUTS
  38. @nourayehia
  39. @paviles
  40. @phaoloo
  41. @PSDTUTS
  42. @Qbrushes
  43. @r27
  44. @saurabhshah
  45. @seanHodge
  46. @sixrevisions
  47. @smashingmag
  48. @theleggett
  49. @Tutorial9
  50. @Vectips

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50 thoughts on “20 Blogs for Designers + 50 Designers on Twitter

  1. I must say the list is a real productive list but at the same time looked quiet familiar and repetitive.

    Undoubtedly, all these guys are the heroes of graphic design world but I think new talents should be exposed as well.

    Please don’t take it negatively because last month i also added a post titled:

    “20 Creative Twitter backgrounds & 10 Graphic Designers to follow – Twitter treats!!”

    Listing almost same names but I plan to bring up a sequel post where I would be listing some new designers and their profiles @ twitter. By the way, i am sure you won’t regret adding my blogname to the list of new designing blogs;)…. I am at twitter too @graphixdesign

  2. Great list of power users. While there are definitely more designers/creatives on Twitter, it’s really hard to keep track of all of them since there are so many terrific ones. The power users always get more recognition because they really are just that more visible. I think @minervity’s designer directory will help though. Feel free to connect with me, btw, at @bullfrogmedia !

  3. There are lot’s of these list doing the rounds, but I do find them very useful. It great when you find someone new to add.

    A list of the next wave of twitter stars would be a very interesting idea.

    Great work.

  4. Great list, all wonderful blogs that I greatly enjoy reading! Thanks so much for including Arbenting and my twitter! The Arbenting writers have now moved on to Fuel Your Creativity but the current content at Arbenting won’t be going anywhere.

  5. It was good to see a lot of the people I already follow on your list. Consider including me as well. @doggdaze 🙂 (another shameless plug)

  6. It’s a tough one, because clearly those bloggers are doing great work, but I definitely think there is a danger that too many people are highlighting the same blogs and twitter users. I already think there is a danger that web design is becoming too generic, and too incestuous in its viewpoint (web designers tending too often to look to other web designers for inspiration, instead of thinking outside the box).

    Most of the bloggers above are high profile because they’re great designers and original designers. But there are a lot more people out there doing great work, and it would be a shame if they were overlooked. In addition, say everyone looks at Outlaw Design Blog for advice, there’s a danger that their designs start to feel too samey. That not only reduces their own impact, it reduces the impact of DannyOutlaw’s designs too!


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