If you want to step up your internet design in 2019, these are the blogs to follow!
Web Designer Depot
The blog Web Designer Depot was launched in 2010 by the Canada-based web designer Walter Apai. It features articles and news on web design and creativity, but also guides and tutorials on HTML5, CSS, jQuery and others.
Online since 2009, Creative Overflow is a digital design magazine that addresses virtually any subject related to creativity and innovation.
It was founded by Jacques van Heerden and has been growing from day one. The main goal of Creative Overflow is inspiring web designers and other web-based artists to truly upgrade their work and have access to the best resources.
The blog WP Kube is regularly updated and is a perfect tool for any WordPress professional or enthusiast.
On WP Kube, you can find practically everything when it comes to WordPress. The site’s features include news, tutorials, reviews, plugins and services. Not to mention the endless tips, hacks and insights.
On top of it all, WP Kube offers bloggers, developers and designers exclusive deals and discounts.
Totally dedicated to graphic design and web design, the main topics on Designrfix include in-depth tutorials, the best resources, special deals and ideas for inspiration.
Hongkiat is a deeply artistic blog brought to the online world by Hongkiat Lim in 2007. You are sure to get both inspired and knowledgeable with the content you will find on Hongkiat. Expect articles on helpful topics such as WordPress, Adobe Photoshop and several other design tools.
The Next Web
The Next Web is a large and incredibly diverse blog that covers a multitude of topics other than web design. However, the site is so massive that the design and development category provides more content than most web design blogs around.
If it has to do with web design, it is much likely that you will find it on The Next Web.
Launched in 2013, Webflow is a highly useful corner of the web. It is packed with tips and insights on best practices, responsive design, creative processes, content management and designer lifestyle.