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There’s a growing number of design blogs scattered around the web, each focusing on various aspects of design. This collection of 30 design blogs all have a primary focus on Web Design, and each one consistently pumps out great content, whether it’s in the form of inspiration, discussion, theory or tutorials. If you’re looking for some scrumptious goodies to feed your creative inner geek, look no further than this feast!
WPKube is a blog that focuses on WordPress and all the things to do with it. You can find on it a wide range of articles such as How to Install WordPress (a very comprehensive guide for beginners) as well as much more advanced WordPress tutorials.
UX Booth is a blog focusing on user experience, usability and interaction design. Founded by Andrew Maier, Matthew Kammerer and David Leggett.
Web Design Ledger is the online publication of Henry Jones and is home to a whole range of web design content from various authors.
On this website, you’ll find a large range of web design articles such as 20 Free Chalkboard Fonts.
Six Revisions is a veteran design blog managed by Jacob Gube. Along with a large collection of authors, Jacob posts various inspirational design topics, as well as plenty of design tutorials.
Since it exploded onto the scene in 2008, Web Designer Depot has continued to grow into a monster of a blog, with frequent design posts being published from various authors.
Web Designer Wall is a wall of design ideas, trends and tutorials created by talented designer Nick La. Topics include a range of trend roundups, WordPress tutorials and handy tips and tricks.
On Designrfix you’ll find a large range of tutorials, not only for your next web project but for anything related to design.
Tutsplus is the web development and design branch of a popular network and is home to some detailed and technical tutorials for both front and back-end developers.
Tympanus can come in really handy if you’re looking for some inspiration of trying to improve your project.
Boagworld is a design blog and podcast hosted by Paul Boag, a popular figure in the web design industry.
Usability Post provides tips and insights into good design practices, founded by Dmitry Fadeyev it documents useful tips on how to design with usability in mind.
Marco Kuiper is the guy behind Marcofolio, a blog passionately covering web design inspiration, tutorials and tips.
CSS-Tricks is the home of Chris Coyier and is a treasure chest of CSS related tips, tricks and tutorials. Don’t forget to check out the awesome screencast tutorial series.
This website is a web design and development blog by Tom Kenny that hosts a range of inspirational posts, tutorials and general design topics.
Woork Up was founded by Antonio Lupetti and is home to a large collection of useful CSS, jQuery, WordPress and Design content.
Smashing Magazine is a monster design blog covering all kinds of design related content. Web Design posts, in particular, are often packed full of tips, theory and inspiration.
Steven Snell’s Vandely Design Blog is home to extensive trend roundups and design theme specific roundups, making it a great place to check out the latest movements in website design.
As well as presenting CSS related content from Alen Grakalic, CSS Globe also hosts a popular Community News showcase that contains stacks of excellent design links.
Cats Who Code is a blog dedicated to web development, with a mix of tips for various programming languages. Founded and maintained by Jean-Baptiste Jung.
Another amazing blog from Jean-Baptiste Jung is WP Recipes, a site that provides daily recipes enabling you to cook up various solutions for WordPress.
Since its migration online in 1998 A List Apart still keeps the web industry moving forward with plenty of in-depth articles on the design, development and meaning of web content.
The Speckyboy design magazine by Paul Andrew is constantly updated with design trend roundups showcasing various design styles and themes.
The 24 Ways advent calendar is what web geeks look forward to every year with articles and content from popular authors from the web industry.
Jon Phillips’ Spyre Studios blog is home to plenty of design inspiration, tutorials and articles covering the web design subject and the greater world of design.
1stwebdesigner is a design blog dedicated to bloggers, freelancers, web developers and designers which a mix of articles covering various design related topics.
Sitepoint is yet another good example of a web design blog with consistent content which can save you a lot of trouble in your next project.
With categories covering Icons, Showcases, WordPress, CSS and Tutorial, instantShift is a popular destination for web related content.
Freelance Designer Lee Munroe runs a popular web design blog based on his personal findings and includes interesting conference summaries, trend showcases and WordPress topics.
Pro Blog Design is a consistent source of web design posts, with topics covering coding, WordPress, resource roundups and tips & techniques.
Design Shack showcases inspiring web design, resources and tutorials by David Appleyard and Josh Johnson as both a design gallery and blog.
Not to forget good old Line25. Founded and maintained by my very self, Chris Spooner, Line25 hosts a range of web related tutorials, articles and articles for every designer.