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01. Sara Soueidan (opens in new tab)
02. Jake Archibald (opens in new tab)
Jake Archibald (opens in new tab) is a developer advocate for Google Chrome, seasoned conference speaker and big fan of Service Workers. His bio states his aim is to help "the web to do what native does best, and fast", and he shares plenty of information and tips to that end in his Twitter feed.
03. Denise Jacobs (opens in new tab)
The Miami-based author of The CSS Detective Guide (opens in new tab), Denise Jacobs is an inspiring designer who often shares advice and tips. At the moment she's particularly interested in the science of creativity, so you'll also find plenty of advice to help you supercharge your creative productivity.
04. Brad Frost (opens in new tab)
Based in Pittsburgh, PA, Brad Frost (opens in new tab) is a web developer focusing on HTML and CSS. He's also a leading voice in responsive web design, having come up with the popular Atomic Design methodology to help people craft successful UI design systems. Often writing features and regularly updating his blog, Frost is a fantastic developer to follow in terms of advice and inspiration. He's pretty hilarious too!
05. Jen Simmons (opens in new tab)
Jen Simmons (opens in new tab) is a "designer who builds stuff, too". She’s best-known as the host of The Web Ahead (opens in new tab), a podcast about changing technologies and the future of the web. She regularly tweets inspirational content and often shares her thoughts on the industry, making for some interesting debate.
06. Sarah Drasner (opens in new tab)
Sarah Drasner is an award-winning speaker, consultant and writer for CSS-Tricks, and she specialises in animation. Follow her for advice on web animation, including insights on Vue.js, React and SVG. And if you want a taste of her expertise, check out her tutorial on creating animations that scale (opens in new tab).
07. Tim Holman (opens in new tab)
Tim Holman (opens in new tab) describes himself as a 'tinkerer, tuner, tamperer'. He's also a developer at CodePen. His Twitter feed is full of creative coding examples and interactive experiments – definitely worth a follow.
08. Dan Cederholm (opens in new tab)
Based in Salem, MA, Dan Cederholm is the co-founder of Dribbble (opens in new tab) as well as the designer, author and speaker of design studio Simple Bits (opens in new tab). He shares some fantastic web design-focused content, plus he's funny and personal on his account, so well worth a follow.
09. Leisa Reichelt (opens in new tab)
Previously the head of user research at the UK Government Digital Service, Leisa Reichelt (opens in new tab) is currently applying her service design skills in the Australian Government. Hers is a great account to follow when it comes to content design and information architecture.
10. Jeffrey Zeldman (opens in new tab)
Jeffrey Zeldman is one of the most influential web designers in the industry today. Formerly of Happy Cog (opens in new tab), he's now heading up studio.zeldman (opens in new tab). He's also the man behind A Book Apart, A List Apart and An Event Apart, and the author of Designing With Web Standards (opens in new tab).
11. Jenn Lukas (opens in new tab)
Jenn Lukas is a frontend consultant and developer living in Philadelphia who also co-hosts the Ladies in Tech (opens in new tab) podcast. She specialises in skillshare and often offers advice and tips over on The Nerdary (opens in new tab). She's always tweeting helpful hints for web designers; check out our interview with her here (opens in new tab).
12. Bruce Lawson (opens in new tab)
Bruce Lawson is the co-author of Introducing HTML5 (opens in new tab), globetrotter and self-styled 'web standards lovegod'. He's very much worth following for witty comments, handy web design tips, and photos of his eye-watering wardrobe choices.
13. Sarah Parmenter (opens in new tab)
Since 2003, Sarah Parmenter has run a small web design studio called You Know Who (opens in new tab). Based in England, they specialise in attractive, intuitive interfaces for iOS and the web. She regularly shares handy hints and advice as well as her inspirations.
14. Heydon Pickering (opens in new tab)
Heydon Pickering is a freelance web accessibility consultant, interface designer and writer. Follow him for UX advice and resources, plus insights on accessibility gained from his work with web accessibility specialists The Paciello Group.
15. Ethan Marcotte (opens in new tab)
Ethan Marcotte coined the term 'responsive web design', so he's kind of a big deal. You've probably heard of him. He's now an independent web designer, and he has a lot to say on responsive web design, as you can imagine. If that doesn't sway you, he's also a 'GIF sommelier'.