Dave here with our list of the definitive top 25 must-read online publications for designers, bar none.
We've scoured the internet, looking for the biggest, most successful and most impactful publications that deal with UX, design and everything else needed to make digital products that are beautiful, usable, friendly and above all else - loved.
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Let's start at the top...(where most things start)... :)
Now if only they did more power ballads.
That mild grammatical stigmatism aside, Speckyboy features a weekly newsletter of some of the best curated content on the web. Speckyboy should be especially of interest to contractors with multiple clients and those using Wordpress/Drupal or other template hosting sites to build sites.
This webzine is the result.
Continually reinventing the wow moment, his tutorials, videos, graphics and effects are worth visiting just to see how much more we all still have to learn as designers.
Like a few other on this list, Design Shack focuses mainly on design, with a sprinkling of business advice ("how to handle clients") and web development.
A List Apart began life as a mailing list in the late 1990s with their first website being launched in 1998 so they have reached the rip old age of 20. The blog explores the design, development, and meaning of web content, with a special focus on web standards and best practices. If you have any interest in websites then drop by and have a read.
Yes, I did copy that from their homepage and no, I hadn't previously heard of them before researching this article. I have now. Sorry guys. Clearly I come from too far south.
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That's it! The top 25.
You still want more?
Well it wouldn't really be a top list if we included everyone.
Fine, if you want it, you can have more.
How about our list of design blogs that are also great quality, just not as popular (yet)? Or try our list of UX design thought leaders (along with their most powerful message). Or just go join a community.