Twitter can help you learn UI/UX Design for free.

But 98.8% of designers don't follow the right people.

Here are 7 design teachers you must follow 👇🏼
1) Victor (@vponamariov)

Victor shares UI/UX tips, makes UI audits, and studies everything related to user interfaces.

He's also an author of a fantastic eBook called "100 UI/UX tips".
2) Ran (@ransegall)

Ran is the founder of Flux Academy. He shares his insights about UI/UX, freelancing, and building a business. A must-follow.
3) Ridd (@Ridderingand)

Ridd is a highly-skilled designer & Figma expert.

He's also the creator of a unique Figma-learning experience called Figma Academy.
4) Jordan (@jordanphughes)

Getting inspired is an essential part of the design process.

If you're looking for top-tier, realistic inspiration - follow Jordan. He shares daily UIs made with his UI kit.
5) Denis (@DenisJeliazkov)

Denis is the creator of a design school called UILearn. He frequently shares insightful tweets and threads about design.
6) Dann (@DannPetty)

If you're living under a rock and haven't heard of Dann already - you need to follow him.

One of my biggest personal inspirations. He's keeping it real.
7) Alexunder (@AlexunderHess)

Alexunder is the creator of a game-changing type course called Typography Masters. He helps designers level up in their career.

I'm proud to call him a friend.
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Here are 6 awesome, free websites that will help you with it 👇🏼
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I thought I'm a bad designer. The truth was that my reach was simply very low.

I also realized that likes don't measure the quality of my design.
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After some time, I realized that UI Designers influence UX too. These two terms (UI and UX) shouldn't be separated.
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The best app for screenshots out there. I'm genuinely surprised how much time it saved me over the past year.

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The best way to do it is to grow your skillset.

Here are 6 great ways to do it 👇🏼
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No-code is the future, and it's easy to learn as well.

Designers who know how to code are unstoppable.
2) Learn motion design

Motion is an essential part of every UI out there, yet many designers completely forget about it.

Learning even the basics of it will help you create beautiful, realistic prototypes.
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Check out these 6 websites 👇🏼
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This website is focused on user flows, so it contains tons of video footage from the most well-designed products out there.
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