Our Favorite Tweets of the Week
Sep 13-Sep 19, 2009

Resources, Social Media | Sep 20, 2009

Every week we tweet a lot of interesting stuff highlighting great content that we find on the web that can be of interest to web designers.

The best way to keep track of our tweets is simply to follow us on Twitter, however, in case you missed some here’s a quick and useful compilation of the best tweets that we sent out this past week.

Note that this is only a very small selection of the links that we tweeted about, so don’t miss out.

To keep up to date with all the cool links, simply follow us @DesignerDepot

Steampunk Futuristic Cities: Homes and Factories:

How Passion Can Transform Your Blog:

If You Printed The Internet…

Gilles Tran’s Flying Chairs:

Get your free PDF copy of ‘Internet Famous': till 9/25 #internetfamous

How To Correct Banding In Your Gradients Using Photoshop:

25 Crazy Cake Designs:

Amazing, great and incredible post and video: The Importance Of Enthusiasm In Any Product:

How to Effectively Use Contrast, Auto Levels, and Batch Processing:

80+ Strange and Fantastic Buildings Architecture:

Read news fast with Google’s FastFlip:

100 E-commerce logos:

Timelapse of snails coming out during the rain:

9 Things You Can’t Forget When Designing a Blog:

5 Reasons to Switch to Bing:

This gotta stop! Kanye West vs WDD:

First and only triple engine web browser (includes Trident, Gecko and WebKit):

See the iPhone home screens of some talented designers, developers and tech writers:

20 free WordPress themes with premium-like functionalities:

Beautiful Macro Photography by Brian Valentine:

What Will Today’s Cities Look Like in the Future?

Hungry for more? No problem! Keep track of all our tweets by following us @DesignerDepot

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  • Srijan Kundu

    Great collection

  • Melvin José

    O dear. Im starting to feel sorry for Kanye.

  • Lazy Web Designer

    first to comment !!

    • Russ

      haha, now isn’t that embarrassing ;)

  • HullDO

    This is a really good round up – some excellent tweets this week, as ever.

  • RoaldA

    Loving it!

  • Damir

    LOL at Kanye

  • Afsin

    Cool tweets!

  • Alex

    Really nice tweets! Some of them were interesting for me! Thanx for sharing…

  • Michele

    Lunascape looks interesting.

  • Momentify

    Hey thanks for the mention guys!


    So fantastic, but when I see the last pict I have a little scared… amazing!

  • Dzinepress

    you’re such a choosy person in design world. really nice listing. thanks

  • Logo Bliss

    Great collection, really liked the cities underwater.

  • Mars

    the futuristic city looks great, really inspiring

  • Web 2.0

    That’s really a nice collection, great work :9

  • wien

    cool post, thanks

  • charlotte personal injury lawyer

    Really nice tweets! The cake photo is great.

  • Graham

    Great collection of tweets – some really cool stuff!
    Thanks for sharing these.

  • Yaggo

    Please don’t hide link target urls by using Just use the original url in href-attribute and put a keyword inside -tag:

    Bad: This is something: http://bitly./foobar

    Good: This is something.

  • Yaggo

    [Same post with xml-characters correctly escaped.]

    Please don’t hide link target urls by using Just use the original url in href-attribute and put a keyword inside <a>tag:

    Bad: This is something: <a href=”…”>http://bitly./foobar</a&gt;

    Good: <a href=”…”>This</a> is something.

  • Yaggo

    To clarify my point: if you really need to make short URL, then it’s ok to use services such as Hoever, in normal HTML page a long URL is not a problem: you don’t have to publish it as a text (in link tag), because link’s href-attribute and link’s text can differ – in most browsers, the URL can be seen by hovering the link. Using third-party service ( to route all your external links makes absolutely no sense.

  • Online Pharmacy Store

    they are cool

  • Punta del Este Real Estate

    i have decided not to read all internet