Important Designers to Follow in Top Design Disciplines
One great aspect of Twitter is that you can always be in the loop of what you're favorite designers are up to. We've compiled a few very talented folks in major design disciplines that we believe should be on your list.
Following new trends and techniques can occupy quite a bit of time. The nature of project based work makes staying up to date pretty difficult to do. Most designers also need the ability to
check out for a little while and that's what makes social networks so advantageous. Taking a couple minutes every other day to skim your feed is a great way to keep your
finger on the pulse of the design world without committing a great deal of time to do so.
Each industry certainly has their own companies and organizations, but the real work is done on an individual level. So we've compiled our favorite in house logo designers, experienced web developers, awesome graphic designers, skillful typographers, inspirational photographers, and helpful design communities all in order to give our readers a couple
one-click tactics to flush out their design feed. Any art is subjective, but after a little discussion - these are certainly our favorites.
A Few Important Designers Sorted by Design Discipline
The factors we bullet-pointed for reference we're that each designer should have at least 5 years in the field, be fairly active on Twitter (no disappearing for months on end), and produce credible work - even if it's not our favorite in terms of style.
Twitter is a Dynamic World
If you think there are other important designers out there which we have overlooked (or even more design disciplines), please feel free to drop us a tweet and let us know who we should be keeping our eyes on. No promises that they will be noted on future compilations, but we will certainly give them a look. If you're a bit of a collector, feel free to view our internal design and development lists, that we've included links to below (There are at least 50 of our favorites on each). As always - if you like this article, please feel free to share it anywhere or drop us some social love!