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Communities for Developers & Web Designers

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  1. Web Developers, Web Designers, Web Coding, Over 67,000 members. The discussion here is divided into sections by tool. There is an area for general discussion too.
  2. Entrepreneurs, Self-Employed & Small Business. Over 35,000 members. This community includes many different types of entrepreneurs and small businesses. It can be a great place to network.
  3. Developing with Google+. Over 31,000 members. This community is for those who develop mobile or web apps and who are interested in the Google APIs.
  4. Web Development. Over 29,000 members. This active community includes discussions on the various web development tools as well as tutorials and tips.
  5. SEO+ Search Engine Optimization/Website Design. Over 18,000 members. Although the title of this community includes web design, it seems to be mostly about SEO.
  6. WordPress. Over 14,000 members. Members here share hints, tips and tricks as well as ask questions.
  7. Graphic Design. Over 9,400 members. This is a great place to go for inspiration. Topics include Typography, Branding & Advertising, and of course there is a topic for Web Design.
  8. Web Development. Over 9,000 members. Members are encouraged to discuss the latest web development technologies and trends.
  9. Web Design. Over 7,000 members. This community for web designers encourages members to discuss all topics related to web design.
  10. UI Design. Over 5,000 members. Another forum focused on the user interface. This particular community has an emphasis on mobile apps.
  11. WordPress. Over 3,900 members. This community is devoted to discussions about WordPress and has sections for developers as well as a place for people to post jobs.
  12. UX & UI Design. Over 3,700 members. This community focuses on user experience and user interface for those who specialize in mobile design.
  13. Graphic and Web Design. Over 2,900 members. Members discuss web design, but also related topics such as branding. There is an area for critiques and also one for free resources.
  14. Graphic Design. Over 2,900 members. While not specific to web design, this is a good place to discuss design-related topics. There’s even a section on Poster Design.
  15. Web Designers. Over 2,800 members. The community includes discussions on tools such as Photoshop and Illustrator as well as a section for sharing inspiration.
  16. Web Hosting, Web Domains, Web Design, SEO. Over 2,500 members. A web design community that seems to be created by the folks at the popular Webmaster Peak Forum.
  17. Mobile Web Development. Over 1,600 members. This community is specifically targeted to those who specialize in developing for the mobile devices.
  18. Responsive Web Design. Over 1,400 members. One of the latest trends in web design is responsive design. So it only makes sense that there would be a community dedicated to the topic.
  19. Adobe Illustrator Club. Over 1,000 members. Do you use Adobe Illustrator? This community was created for those who love or need to know more about Adobe Illustrator.
  20. Graphic Design Resource Centre. Over 1,000 members. This community was created as a place for web designers to share resources. There are many freebies listed here.

courtesy: http://vandelaydesign.com/blog/social-media/google-communities/

Wordpress celebrates 10 years of journey

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Wordpress is one of mine best cms platform . 5 years before i have used it and now i am used to. I always love to use it because of it's true openness code. Core, Themes & plugin you can change the frameowork in may ways.

Ten year before, Wordpress was started by Matt Mullenweg and Mike Little, and then it grown a lot by thousand of contributors the company behind WordPress.com and one of the biggest stewards in the development of the platform as a whole, announced last week that it had raised $50 million in a secondary stock transaction.



Wordpress is not now only a cms or personal blogging system, it is now a full fledged application framwork. Most popular application Shopping cart systems, Twitter analytics services and even robust WordPress site management solutions can all be built on WordPress.

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