Most designers subscribe to at least a few graphics-related RSS feeds to keep up-to-date. And most of us probably have waaay too many sites in our list.
I think it’d be interesting to know what sites you graphics designers subscribe to. So in the interest of full-disclosure, transparency and all that, here’s a list of the graphics-related websites currently in my feed.
Design Inspiration and Trends
- LogoPond – Identity Inspiration
A nice resource with innovative logos
Logo and business card design inspiration
Hard to put into just one category: graphics, video and print inspiration and tutorials
- Nice Web Type (Flickr Photo Pool)
Showcase of user-added typography for inspiration
- You the Designer
Brushes, vector packs, icons, fonts, freebies, software reviews and articles
Tons of vectors and shapes, as well as great examples of branding in print
Vectors, icons, brushes, textures and more
Vectors, patterns, textures, as well as Photoshop and Illustrator resources, brushes and free fonts
Great vector art resource with regular vector packs and patterns
Photoshop tutorials and showcases of great designs
- Photoshop Tutorials
The name says is all. Incredibly useful Photoshop tutorials on retouching and effects.
Photography-related tutorials, articles and tips. Great DIY craft and photo projects as well.
- Just Creative Design
Fantastic resource for all things graphic design. Tutorials, articles, tips, logo design write-ups, fonts and photography.
So that’s pretty much the graphic design websites to which I subscribe. I try to keep my list to a minimum.
Some of the sites I subscribe to overlap between graphic and web design, so you’ll have to wait for my much longer list of web design sites.
Now it’s Your Turn
I’ve shared. Now it’s your turn:
- What sites do you subscribe to?
- What’s in your feed?
- What types of graphics sites do you enjoy the most? Typography, inspiration, print, brushes/textures/patterns, icons, tutorials?
Share your favorite sites with us in the comments.