Abduzeedo is a collective of individual writers sharing articles about architecture, design, photography and UX. Founded by Brazilian designer Fabio Sasso in 2006, it's particularly strong on 3D work, which is something that doesn't get much attention from most design blogs.
Founded in 1986, Design Week was the UK's leading design magazine until 2011, when it became online-only. It continues to bring you high quality, well-written news and inspiration across graphics, branding, interiors, digital, product, furniture and more.
Creative Boom (of course) celebrates, inspires and supports the creative community and has an excellent section on graphic design to give you loads of inspiration. The magazine also features insightful interviews with some of the world's leading designers being a recent example.
Create is Adobe's magazine by creatives, for creatives — available online and as a mobile app. Visit them for inspiration and tutorials on photography, illustration, graphic design, web design, motion graphics, audio/video, branding, and more.
Most of us have used the file-sharing service Dropbox at some point in our lives, but did you know it has a blog too? It's a fine one at that, featuring an array of articles on the theme of UX, with topics including user research, project management, and design tooling.
Founded in 1980, Creative Review is the world's leading monthly magazine for advertising, design and visual culture. And the same high-quality journalism that informs it carries through to its website, which features a range of news, reviews and features from the creative world.
For anyone working in packaging design, The Dieline has it all wrapped up. It's basically the Bible of the sector: a place where the community can review, critique and stay informed of the latest industry trends, and check out design projects being created in the field.
99U is a blog from Adobe aimed to help anyone in a creative profession to develop their careers. It's replete with quality articles on leadership, productivity and marketing, covering topics such as how to overcome your fear of failure, and how to develop good work habits.
Swissmiss is the work of Tina Roth Eisenberg, a Swiss designer in New York who also founded and today runs Tattly, CreativeMornings and TeuxDeux. It's packed with visual inspiration, some of which can be quite offbeat, but never dull.
Primarily a print magazine, Wrap is published bi-annually and champions contemporary illustration. It also happens to have an excellent blog on Tumblr, where it shares colourful and quirky work from illustrators and graphic designers everywhere.
With its own section dedicated to graphic design, Design Taxi is a good shout to keep abreast of industry news, trends and updates. Its posts don't go into a lot of depth but cover a wide breadth of topics. So it's great for getting an overview of what's going on in general.
Want to keep track of everything going on in web design right now, but don't have time to subscribe to a thousand different blogs? SideBar saves you the bother by curating the best posts daily and delivering you five relevant links a day, which is much more manageable.
This is Paper is a beautiful blog, and print magazine focused on creativity, with a section devoted to print design. There's also a very popular mixtapes section where you can enjoy listening to some beats while working.