21 UX Experts to Follow

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Are you looking for great insights, well-researched articles or some inspiration in the realm of UX, then Twitter is a great tool. Of course, finding the right people to follow can be somewhat cumbersome. That is why I curated a list of 21 UX experts who inspire me and keep me up to date with the latest UX news!

Joshua Brewer

Who. Joshua Brewer is a designer with a love for beautiful, usable products. At the moment, he is a mentor at Designer Fund, an active advisor to several startups, and in 2012, Fast Company named him one of “fifty designers shaping the future of design.” Previously, he was Principal Designer at Twitter and the former Director of UX at Socialcast.com. He is also the cofounder of 52 Weeks of UX, together with Josua Porter.

Why. Sorry, haven’t you read his resume? Follow him now.

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Paul Olyslager

Paul is the creator, editor and most regular writer of paulolyslager.com. He's also working as UX Lead for Home24, a leading online shop for furniture and home accessories, based in Berlin, Germany. Read all about Paul or find him on Twitter, LinkedIn or Facebook.

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  1. cubeover says

    It is amazing that LinkedIn drags me out to the AppStore to get their app when all I want to do is open a URL from the email it sent me.

  2. Ow, I see. I read the story on Linkedin and wanted to read the entire article. One of the things that drives me bonkers as well! I hope you liked the article though.

  3. dopamino says

    Hi Paul. Thanks for sharing this list is awesome!

  4. Amarillisz Blanka says

    Very good list. About the same I would have made. Maybe @wszp should be there (UX Director at EU’s largest research platform and blogging at: http://kaizen-ux.com/ )

  5. Very useful list to follow – thanks for sharing

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