The Best Email Newsletters for Designers
The web/graphic design community includes a huge number of active blogs that post articles, tutorials, inspiration, and other types of content. Design blogs are a part of the daily routine for many designers, but there are also several quality email newsletters that cover topics related to design and development.
In this post we’ll highlight some of the best newsletters out there for designers. If you enjoy getting helpful information and news in your inbox, take a look at the newsletters on this list and see if there are any that are of interest to you.
Smashing Magazine not only runs the most popular blog for web designers, they also have an email newsletter that is published every two weeks. Their newsletter issues include industry news, inspiration, and links to useful websites and apps.
SitePoint offers 4 different newsletters that you can subscribe to. The SitePoint Tribune is a weekly newsletter that covers building, managing and marketing websites. SitePoint Tech Times is a weekly newsletter that covers all the technical aspects of web development. SitePoint Design View is a monthly newsletter that covers a variety of topics related to web design. SitePoint Community Crier is the newsletter of the SitePoint forums.
Vandelay Design Newsletter
A few months ago we started our own weekly newsletter. It includes inspiration, links to sites and apps that are helpful and interesting to designers, brief articles, plus exclusive freebies and discounts.
Subscribers of the Design Shack newsletter receive a weekly deal on products of interest to web and graphic designers. The deals are often 50% off or more.
Graphic Design USA offers two newsletters in addition to their magazine. They have a general graphic design newsletter and an Green Newsletter.
Jakob Nielsen’s Alertbox
Alertbox provides subscribers with news related to web usability. Updates are sent every two weeks.
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What Are Your Favorites?
If you have any newsletters that you enjoy reading on a regular basis, please feel free to share in the comments.
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