Sweet Tweets: Design Tweets of the Week #3

Sweet Tweets is a weekend feature to The Design Cubicle highlighting some of my favorite, and other Twitterer’s design-related links discovered via Twitter throughout the work week.

Week of 6-1-09:

30 Examples of Attractive Navigation Menus
“To help you generate new ideas and inspiration for user navigation, here are 30 great examples of attractive and usable navigation.”

55 Best Ways to Track Your Websites Daily Traffic
“Find some of the Best Ways to Track Your Website Daily Traffic with some web based and stand alone downloadable tools.”

40 of the Best Websites of Non-Profit Organizations
“Budget limitations are common with non-profit and charitable organizations. As a result, organizations often compromise on the need for an effective and attractive website. However, the websites shown here represent some of the most well-designed websites of non-profits.”

30 Sites Every Freelancer Should Visit and Utilize
“Freelancers are constantly searching for new resources. Sometimes these resources come in the form of browser plugins and other times as online tools to help us become more productive. There are countless tools, plugins, blogs, social networking sites and other resources out there that can be beneficial to freelancers.”

25 Design Portfolios that will Melt Your Face Off
“Without further introduction, here are 25 great graphic design portfolios that have caught my attention over the past 6 weeks.”

10 WordPress Plugins That Will Increase Your Search Engine Ranking
“[...] But, there are some SEO features that aren’t implemented in WordPress core. You can easily archeive these features by installing plugins.”

5 Passive Income Opportunities for Freelancers
“[...] there are ways to make money without that direct connection between the number of hours we work and the amount we get paid.”

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  1. Luis Lopez says:

    I think we read almost the same blogs, I already seen most of those articles throughout the week, the only one was 30 Examples of Attractive Nav but anyway, that motivates me to keep reading good design related articles, at least I’m not reading the wrong things.
    I hope find one post from my blog some week soon.

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