Our Favorite Tweets of the Week
Mar 7-Mar 13, 2010

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

Top 10 Geekiest Decorations for Your Home or Office [PICS] http://bit.ly/d3d8w5


14 Visually Stunning Animated Infographics http://bit.ly/cuZ06V


Google Logos: http://www.google.com/logos/


Are graphic designers valued and paid? http://bit.ly/cbJ8SD


25 Various Fail Whale Illustrations http://bit.ly/cCX9XU


Common Questions About Design Professionalism http://bit.ly/aHP9R4


20 exceptionally cool websites using HTML5 as their markup http://bit.ly/az0K5u


44 Impressive Examples of Reflection Photography – http://bit.ly/alyDS2


Google vs. Yahoo: Who Has the Right Social Strategy? – http://bit.ly/ahigAW (via @mashable)


The drawings of Leonardo da Vinci http://bit.ly/OvUO


Using Images to Influence http://bit.ly/aptH4q


8 Design Elements Your Blog Should Have http://bit.ly/c4iyHu


Dreaded Favors Asked of Web Designers http://bit.ly/9vUc5i


☞ Spice up those tweets with ✽ Twitter Keys ✽ http://bit.ly/aFFa


Spontaneous ampersand http://tweetphoto.com/13848555 /@benson (via @Typophile)


15 Unique and Innovative Calendars: http://bit.ly/bz8MP9 (via @toxel)


Flash and Standards: The Cold War of the Web http://bit.ly/9hRhAB


Showcase of Double-Sided Business Cards http://bit.ly/cvOJ0S


The Death of Originality in Design – Coming to Terms http://ow.ly/1goRr (via @thephuse)


How To Use Curves in Photoshop http://bit.ly/cD4s5q


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

  • http://rolling-webdesign.com Theo

    It`s always a pleasure to read this weekly article, being useful and saving time ;).
    Thank You !

  • http://turnkeye.com TurnkeyEcommerce

    Many really great articles!

  • http://hexacreative.web.id Hexacreative

    I am always like favourite tweets in Webdesignerdepot :)

  • http://RTGfxs.webs.com Daniel

    Lots of interesting stuff posted this week

  • http://www.aledesign.it aledesign.it

    Great, personally i like so much the first! “Top 10 Geekiest Decorations for Your Home or Office” ;) So nice..some good ideas!

  • http://www.corebloggers.com/blog/ Nimit Kashyap

    Nice post…got to know the link of google logos

  • designfreek

    Thanks for including webdeveloperjuice.com

  • http://demopiece.com Han

    First !

  • http://www.loveishs.com/ tanya

    Common Questions About Design Professionalism is my fav tweet from the above list

  • Piyush Parmar

    cool… !
    as usual always great and usfull for all designers and new comming guys in design to learn something..

    great stuff… cheers !!

  • http://www.ukpb.co.uk/ Buy My House

    This is amazing and prolific post, give some prolific and remarkable knowledge about the goggle logos

  • http://www.jordanwalker.net Jordan Walker

    That is a great week of tweets.

  • http://ansh.thisisitonline.info Amberly | Web Designer

    15 Unique and Innovative Calendars: Genious and very smart!

  • http://pixeno.com Pixeno

    The Google logos throughout the winter olympics have all been awesome.

  • http://www.printrunner.com/Brochures.aspx Brochure printer

    Very good selection. My favorite is actually the first, the iphone app coasters. Maybe I love my iPhone too much…

  • http://siftage.com Siftage

    Love the Google logos! When the Olympics where on I checked every day to see what Google had up.

  • http://www.alejandroperazzo.com Alvaro Hernandorena

    why should be a war with flash and html5? cant bouth survive?

  • Mike Gainer

    Hate to break their balls but Apple an Google merchandise doesn’t make anyone a “geek”. A fanboy is a more appropriate term. I can’t believe the term geek is popular these days but being called a fanboy is considered an insult.