These five – definitely “follow” worthty!

Twitter is filled with all sorts of inspiring people. These five however are 5 “tweeters” that an aspiring designer should probably, no definitely follow.

Andrew Kelsall is a designer in the UK. He works from his home in England but his clientele spans to the US and Australia. Primarily Andrew designs logos, CD sleeves and posters. Be sure to check out his portfolio and of course follow him @AndrewKelsall for tons of inspiring designs as well as useful links and tools essential for any Designer.

Jacob Cass is an awesome freelance graphic designer who lives in New York, New York. His tweets and blog are filled with useful information. Jacob has talked at TEDx and has participated in various lectures and interviews to spread his insight! Follow him @justcreative

There are many, many different jobs that entail design. Shelly Kane and Heidi Ellis are Eugene wedding planners by title, designers by nature. Though the topic of their tweets is weeding related, their designs and portfolio pieces are exquisite. Follow them for a different kind of design inspiration, one that you can mimic in your home and events @MoxieWeddings

Sarah Griffrow of Portland produces a wide variety of great work! Sarah G Creative  specializes in web design and photography. Though a great deal of her tweets are centered around her personal life, she does own her business so work and pleasure aren’t necessarily separate. Check her out  @sarahgcreative

In light of the career path I would love to embark on, the final tweeter you should be following (or perhaps the unmarried women should be following) is Wedding Paper Divas. Located in the Bay Area, Wedding Paper Divas specializes in print design executed on invitations, save the dates, shower invitations, etc. Even if you’re not looking to wed anytime soon, their twitter is filled with inspiration for designs of all sorts. Take a look at their account @weddingpaperdiva

About Emilie Osterkamp

Hi! I'm Emilie Osterkamp. I am a senior at the University of Oregon in the School of Journalism and Communications. My major is Advertising with an emphasis in Design.
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