- Start out with the list of Art and Design accounts twitter suggests for you. Most of these are worth looking at and link to useful sites.
- Then drop by Google Reader’s directory and try the tabs there. Search seems good at picking out the good feeds.
- After that, check out Smashing Magazine. The long guides are worth reading. Especially the ones on web typography and user experience.
- And I saw a link to Impressive Webs’ tutorials while browsing Smashing Magazine.
- Design is History is an archive of copy-focused designs through history, from Gutenberg to the latest and greatest.
- The Graphic Atlas is a bit like Design is History, but lets you search for stuff by techniques used, among other useful research features.
- Then there’s Six Revisions, a solid source for web design tutorials and industry commentary.
- A List Apart tackles more technical stuff than the others.
- Dark Patterns is a wiki that covers all the deceptive design patterns people use so you can avoid them.
- Then finish off with Signal vs. Noise, one of the earliest blogs on design.
Know any other great resources? Share them in the comments.