Now there are so so many resources out there, but I want to share my top 5 online resources for web designers, developers and website owners.
Articles & Blog Resources
1 - Smashing Magazine These guys are simply superb, renowned for the "top ten" lists they role out on a regular basis and of course the experts whom right for the blog, Smashing Mag is always worth a read. Add to this recently they added the Smashing Network of blogs, so now it's not just Smashing Mag updates you get but also those from other related blogs in the network (only the best blogs). - @smashingmag
2 - Boagworld Although based around a world famous podcast, the Boagworld website also offers some amazing articles from designers, developer and marketers (including myself) - On top of that you get to see paul boag (the father of web design) rant a little about what is often a nothing subject, but it brings a new non-techie angle which is good. Also the site offers a fairly active forum where all sorts of discussion go on from design discussion to how something works in php. Boagworld is for website owners & recently Paul released "the website owners manual" - a superb reference guide if you have anything to do with a website. - @boagworld
3 - Think Vitamin From the guys and gals at Carsonified, Think Vitamin is a superb resource for all kinds of things. With topics including business, marketing, design, development, mobile and web apps there is something for everyone here. Also with Think Vitamin radio you can consume materials on the go. The guys at Carsonified also arrange a number of great conferences each year including various future of events. - @carsonified
4 - 37signals This is a resource I've only just began reading on a regular basis, but it's well worth spending a few minutes taking a look here each week to see if there is anything of relevance to you. 37signals are all about productivity and making things work properly, they are the makers of the now infamous BaseCamp software and amazing web designers working with clients like threadless. - @37signals
5 - A List Apart This is primarily a designer and developer blog, it isn't in any way formed for a website owner (it's far too techie). However, if you are a website designer or developer I seriously advise you subscribe to the RSS and twitter feed, some big names post here and it's superb. - @alistapart
Top Web Related Tweeters
Here are all the webby type people i suggest you follow if you have anything to do with the internet. Not all will be relevant to everyone but they all have something great to offer!
@ImpressiveWebs @danoliver @kirstyburgoine @the_gman @JamieKnight @aral @myinkblog @RellyAB @design365 @skrug @sambrown @benmcfc
It's all about you!
This list has been formed and outed for you, because I was asked by a fellow designer for my list (and here it is), but now I want to go a step further and want your ideas! so tweet me @andykinsey the resource you favour using, from blogs to css galleries to books, let me know. - Or leave a comment.