Web Designers/Developers to Follow on Google+

Like other major social networks such as Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Pinterest, Google+ offers excellent opportunities for networking and connecting with other professionals in the industry. We thought it might be helpful for Google+ users to have a list of some of the best web designers and developers to follow. Feel free to add your own suggestions and recommendations in the comments of this post, including a link to your own Google+ profile.

You can also follow Vandelay Design on Google+.

Fabio Sasso of Abduzeedo

Vitaly Friedman of Smashing Magazine

Brian Gardner of StudioPress

Jonathan Snook of Shopify

Jeffrey Zeldman of Happy Cog

Simon Collison of Fictive Kin

Andy Sowards of AndySowards.com

Cameron Moll of Authentic Jobs

Veerle Pieters of Duoh!

Chris Coyier of CSS-Tricks

Joost de Valk of Yoast

Rochester Oliveira of Roch.com.br

Paul Andrew of Specky Boy

Ronald Bien of NaldzGraphics

Sneh Roy of LBOI

Jason Schuller of Press75

Jacob Cass of Just Creative

Hongkiat Lim of Hongkiat

Jeffrey Way of Envato

Joshua Johnson of DesignShack

Jake Rocheleau of Design Tickle

Ryan Carson of Carsonified

Rachel Andrew of Edge of My Seat

Christian Heilmann of Mozilla

David Walsh of Mozilla

Matt Ward of Echo Enduring

Louis Lazaris of Impressive Webs

Tom Kenny of Inspect Element

Lea Verou of Fresset

Sri Ganesh of AnimHut

Mirko Humbert of Designer-Daily

Design Blogs on Google+:

Vandelay Design

Smashing Magazine

Nettuts+

Webdesigntuts+

Wptuts+

1stwebdesigner

Specky Boy

NaldzGraphics

You The Designer

WPBeginner

DesignModo

CreativeFan

Smashing Hub

SloDive

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