Twitter Link Roundup (10.10 – 10.17)

I have decided to join the twitter users who post a weekly round-up of the tweets they’ve sent out. I try to send only useful links into the twittersphere, but even if you sit on there refreshing every 3 seconds you’re bound to miss some things. Perhaps this wasn’t the best week to start since I was on vacation at the beginning, but what can you do. If you like what you see here and feel these links could benefit you, then make sure to add me on Twitter at @mmatthewlyle.


Free fonts and applications that should prove useful.

45 Outstanding Free Vintage Fonts
75+ Excellent Free Fonts For Professional Design
5 different retweet buttons to use on your site or blog
70 Free Useful Portable Applications You Should Know:


Everybody needs a little inspiration sometimes.

49 Beautiful Catalog and Booklet Designs Inspiration
100 Great Black and White Portraits
Content Heavy Websites with Beautiful Structure, Layout and Hierarchy
Fonts Used in Logos of Popular Design Blogs
25 Bright Wordpress Themes Using Popping Colours
101 Stunning Business Card Designs

Tutorials and Articles

Learning rocks!

6 Characteristics of Great Logo Design
150 Worth-Knowing Web Developer Tools and Techniques
8 Ways to Make Wordpress Easier to Use For Your Clients
The Ultimate Wordpress Developer Toolbox
7 Key Principles That Make A Web Design Look Good
The Ultimate Round-up Of T-Shirt Design Tutorials
Logo Design: 40+ Must Have Tutorials
Five Favourite Web Applications of Designers
30 Quality Websites To Share Your Design Articles
Chris Brogan explains how to write almost every day


Just for fun.
13 Awesome Ways To Trick Out Your MacBook
Comic Sans Makes Gizmodo’s List Of “Regrettable Tech Inventions”
Sneak Peak at Photoshop CS5:

A big thanks goes out to all the writers who put together these resources and articles I’ve shared today. And don’t forget to become Twitter pals with me at @mmatthewlyle

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