Previously, I shared some of the graphics and web design-related websites that I’m subscribed to. I think it’s interesting knowing what sites other designers go to for news, resources, tutorials, inspiration and the like.

Continuing this theme, today I’m finishing the list of web design-related sites with 14 17 more great sites.

Web Design and CSS Inspiration

  • FullSingle
    A CSS website gallery dedicated to sites that are only 1 page.

Web Design Articles, Tutorials and Code

  • CSS Zone
    Articles, tutorials, code techniques. Focuses on the fairly technical side of web development.
  • jQuery For Designers
    Great jQuery code snippets, tutorials, plugins and articles. Focused on helping designers learn useful techniques for extending their sites with jQuery.
  • Vignet Inspire: Web Design Blog
    Nice articles and tutorials for web designers and developers, with a splash or graphic design thrown in.
  • WebAppers
    Daily-updated links to top-quality web design-related posts, tutorials, code, plugins and other open-source web resources.
  • Min Tran’s Weblog
    XHTML and CSS tutorials and not to mention some great icon sets for web designers.
  • Woork
    The consistently great blog of Antonio Lupetti. Features a HUGE collection tutorials on AJAX (Prototype, MooTools, Scriptaculous), PHP and database design, as well as XHTML and CSS.
  • Smashing Magazine
    Showcases inspiration, tutorials, icons, fonts, themes, online tools, graphics and web design resources. Articles on just about everything a web or graphic designer would be interested in.



  • EE Blog (Official ExpressionEngine Blog)
    The official EE blog with EE news and articles about the inner workings of ExpressionEngine. Great for keeping up with new versions.
  • EE Design
    Hasn’t been updated in a while, but contains ExpressionEngine themes, templates and tutorials.
  • EE HowTo
    Nice, bite-sized how-to tips, tricks and tutorials for using and building EE sites.
  • Train-ee
    The best ExpressionEngine tutorial site out there. Period. This is where I learned how to build my 1st EE site. A must read for anyone wanting to use the EE CMS.

What’s in Your Feed?

What web design-related sites do you visit or subscribe to regularly? Share them with us in the comments.

Similar Posts: