The top 10 UX designers to follow on Twitter
Seeking user experience-related tips, updates and inspiration? Head to Twitter and follow these UX-centric accounts. In the world of user experience, there's no shortage of fresh design inspiration and new techniques to get your creative juices flowing. But where do you find it?
Twitter is a good place to keep on top of new developments, but the social media site can often be an overwhelming experience if you don't know where to look. So to help you out, we've rounded up this list of the top accounts for user experience.
A user experience consultant, Liz Danzico has worked for many leading companies, including holding the role of director of experience strategy for AIGA for a time. Numerous daily tweets include many useful links, tips and insight into the world of UX.
Author of Designing for Emotion and director of user experience for The Rocket Science Group, Aarron Walter's Twitter feed is full of helpful insights and design inspiration. He also follows and supports fellow designers and regularly retweets useful and relevant information.
Jared M Spool
As founding principal of User Interface Engineering and with more than 15 years experience in his field, Jared M Spool is a highly recognised authority on user interface design. If you're looking for regular interaction you should definitely follow his account as there's always plenty of sharing and debate throughout his feed.
Joshua Porter is a busy guy as director of UX at Hubspot, co-founder of 52 weeks of UX and writer of the Bokardo Blog. But, somehow, he still manages to find the time to tweet useful UX tips and insights on a daily basis.
Jesse James Garrett
If it's UX information you're after then you should definitely follow experience design consultancy Adaptive Path co-founder Jesse James Garrett. Working with the web since 1995, Garrett has a wealth of experience in interface design and development, much of which he shares through his Twitter feed.
Alex Morris is user experience director for Web design and user experience consultancy Mark Boulton Design. Morris has over 15 years experience designing and building websites, games and applications and shares much of his knowledge through his very honest and opinionated Twitter feed.
Super insightful and resourceful Twitter feed here from Stu Collett, co-founder and design director of user experience design consultancy, Super User Studio Ltd. If you don't follow him already, you should do it immediately.
This regularly updated Twitter feed belongs to Kevin Hoffman, user experience director at design studio Happy Cog. He regularly designs cool stuff plus he continually shares his inspirations via Twitter.
As principal designer at Twitter and co-creator of 52 weeks of UX, Josh Brewer knows more than a thing or two about user experience. In amongst his appreciative, complimentary and chatty Tweets are many useful links and insights into the world of UX.