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creativerly
A weekly digest featuring creativity and productivity-boosting tools & resources
agencydocs
A weekly medley of tools, tips, and resources for agencies.
halfvet
Digital design met een dikke toef typografie
growth-design
Get product tips in a comic book format you’ll love to read
the-tech-letter
You? Looking for ways to be productive. The Tech-Letter? Your way there.
the-links
The most interesting stories in design, UX and tech.
ux-design-weekly
A hand picked list of the best user experience design links every week
initiator-creator
Weekly handpicked articles and resources for makers and micropreneurs
colors-fonts
A curated library of colors and fonts for digital designers and web developers
css-weekly
Weekly e-mail roundup of CSS-related articles, tutorials, experiments and tools.
maker-stations
Home office setups from makers across the globe.
best-web-digest
A quick jolt of web design inspiration!
microquiz
Weekly, one question, inbox surveys all about product, design and analytics!
the-wp-weekly
The Weekly Newsletter for WordPress Professionals bringing the best bits.
toolbox-weekly
Stash of cool tools every week for designers, developers, & creators.
history-of-the-web
A twice monthly dispatch about the websites and the people that built it.
web-design-weekly
The best web design news & articles straight to your inbox every week
wp-owls
Last week’s major news from the WordPress world!
designremotely
Latest jobs, interviews, articles, and resources for Remote Designers
fontdiscovery
Discover new font and design tips every week with helpful visual examples
learn-uxd
Build better digital experiences
webdesignrepo
New links every day to the latest dev and design
techmunch
Newsletter for all things tech related in the design industry.
the-gilbane-advisor
Curated for content technology and digital experience professionals
tailwind-css-newsletter
The best Tailwind CSS tips, news, updates, snippets and all the best freebies