sharing the wealth.

I know a lot of designers and creatives like to check blogs, websites and all that good crap. I do too. It’s fun, easy and it tends to get your creative juices flowing. I search around the internet for decent design related blogs that are constantly updated. It is surprisingly hard to find that combination. I wanted to take some time to help you and share a sample of links that I’ve come to enjoy and check/use often.

A UK design mag’s blog. Constantly updated with good material.
http://www.creativereview.co.uk/cr-blog

ColourLovers blog. Fantastic color palette resource. Also has a pattern creator. Sign up, get into the action and start loving it.
http://www.colourlovers.com/blog/

House Industries blog. Why? I really don’t think that needs to be answered. It is just that awesome of a place. My dream job is this place. Check em out and while you are there spend some money on their goods. It’s worth it.
http://www.houseind.com/showandtell/

The DDC. Draplin Design’s blog. This one isn’t going to be one for everyone. This guy has a real specific style and he likes to put it to use. I enjoy both his design and his humorous writing.
http://www.draplin.com/

The Vector Lab’s blog is a cool place to snag some free vectors and also some stock vector packs to help all of us designers create the cool shit that we create.
http://thevectorlab.com/blog/

MyPhotoshopBurshes is a cool little Ps resource place. It has lots of brushes, patterns, shapes and etc.
http://myphotoshopbrushes.com/

Designers Toolbox is a cool place to get both print and web design resources. It also has a section aimed to help out designers in other ways.
http://www.designerstoolbox.com/designresources/

Layers Magazine Tutorials are a very good collection of tutorials for any Adobe CS program. They have both video and web-based tutorials to help with just about any issue you may have. Very helpful.
http://www.layersmagazine.com/category/tutorials

Last is Smashing Magazine. It is just a damn cool website with lots of stuff to check out.
http://www.smashingmagazine.com/

One Response to “sharing the wealth.”

  1. 519studio Says:

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