Our Favorite Tweets of 2014: July 1 – December 31

Cameron Chapman By Cameron Chapman  |  Jan. 04, 2015

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.

In case you’ve missed some of our tweets from the past year, here’s a list of the best or most interesting tweet from each week. Last week we covered the first half of the year, so below we’ve covered the second half.

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

Interesting via @TheAtlantic: How to Write 225 Words Per Minute With a Pen


From The Samuel L. Jackson Hack to the Burrito Principle: 12 memorable ideas to improve your marketing


A very insightful post by @jessicahische on her productivity quest and productivity blocks via @smashingmag


How To Be The Next Great Designer-Founder


You are going to love this little hack for keeping your notebook organized via @iconfinder


TemplateShock: Huge pack of 600 free printing templates (logos, biz cards, posters, menus etc)


Rad! RT @smashingmag: This has got to be one of the best domains ever reserved: … — Attention: addictive


10 paradoxical traits of creative people


Coolness from Colossal @colossal: Artist Kevin Weir Creates Ghostly Animated GIFs Using Archival Photos


Underwater Life: a Low-Poly illustration research


Qhuery: A 3600 Media Query Colour Picker


10 Massively Successful Minimum Viable Products via @speckyboy


Sit the Test -> take tests that prove your skills as a developer


Design Agency Homepage is a live feed of the office


Fabric, Twitter’s new platform for mobile devs


Check out – it’s made for visually designing responsive websites


Workfrom: Find the best spaces to work from


Why You Should Be Using Mood Boards In Your Design Process /@yummygum


A very neat roundup of 100 marketing blogs and their most popular articles


Design inspiration: 30 personal websites of musicians and performers


Mailchimp’s voice and tone study


Wireless in Gaza: the young entrepreneurs beating the blockades


The Everything Book—reading in the age of Amazon via @verge