As we all know, Twitter is an excellent platform for connecting, getting news, and sharing content all in the same stream. With more than 215 million total monthly users and 100 million active daily users, there is bound to be a variety of information traveling through the net.

This abundance of free flowing information is especially beneficial to web designers and developers, as they often find ideas and inspiration from other people’s work. From the feedback of designers, Twitter has recognized additional strategies to help designers and created Twitter Bootstrap.

Designers are always looking for new resources, unique development, and design techniques. In order to be of service to them, we wrote a list of 25 Twitter handles all web designers should follow in order to get the best front-end advice.

@SmashingMag – If you’re a designer of any level of skill, this Twitter handle is for you. SmashingMag is a huge conglomerate of news, resources, and updates all centered around development and web design. You may already be following this popular Twitter handle, but just in case, don’t miss out!

@jsissexy – While not a massive resource tweeter, JSisSexy tweets resources that provide the complete and proper way to learn and code front-end JavaScript. Make your way over to the blog for even better resources.

@webdesignledger – Example designs, inspirational content, and high-quality wallpapers are what make Web Design Ledger an invaluable source for web designers. Come for the inspiration, stay for the content roundup lists.

@DesignerDepot – Determined to stay ahead of the rest in design trends, tutorials, and smart new plugins? Webdesigner Depot has you covered by actively responding to its tweets and offering numerous  app and plugin suggestions that you’ll want to keep in mind.

@webdesign_views – Web Design Views is a master of front-end web design, as it shares neat CSS and font freebies. Check out its creative links picked out by web designers themselves.

@WebDesignCom – Dedicated to designing for WordPress? WebDesign.com is fully commited to the platform and shares information helpful to loyal WP fans. Links to superb webinars and site updates are exchanged here.

@creativenerds – The Creative Nerds shares free material, icon sets, and inspiring material on its Twitter stream. With a smart collection of tutorials and daily tweets of the best design blog posts, Creative Nerds is a handle to look out for.

@webdesignfan – A Photoshop-focused Twitter stream, Web Design Fan offers an abundance of examples sure to render the common, overwhelmed designer. Be sure to pick and choose which projects to focus on once you follow this handle.

@goodwebdesign – Clean font, great tools, and helpful app suggestions; what more could you want? Good Web Design publishes top quality lists to support its strong base of designers. We like what we’re seeing guys; keep it up!

@BloomWebDesign – This design Twitter handle from Australia puts out excellent CSS and HTML tutorials. Be sure to check out the Halloween-themed updates as well if you really want to scare with your design skills!

@GoogleWDesigner – Google Web Designer tweets here to help designers learn how to create engaging web content. This free resource is an above-average tool to take advantage of, and it is built-in to Google’s very own support system.

@Designmodo – Not only does Designmodo share free design resources, but it also presents premium products for experienced designers to utilize. Check its tweets for highlighted fan work and superb  finds on free tools.

@vitamintalent – Vitamin Talent is a talent agency that shares more than simple designs. It also showcases notable creative work across social media. Its engaging following speaks for itself!

@designernewsbot – Into the latest designer and tech news? Feast your eyes on the Designer News Bot. This Twitter handle grabs the best news from a variety of high quality sources and delivers it right to your stream. Awesome stuff here.

@DesignWorkflow – This Twitter handle promises apps and inspiration for your daily designer workflow. Expect enlightening tweets on UX design, Wired, and a variety of high authority publications.

@crowdSPRING – CrowdSPRING is a company that crowd sources design for its customers. The company has acquired more than 143,000 designers and writers from 200 countries. Of course, you can expect the content shared here to be enthralling and diverse!

@WebsiteMagazine – The Website Magazine Twitter shares not only design but also e-commerce and SEO news. Useful products and social media updates are also tweeted. Follow this handle to stay in the loop.

@naldzgraphics – Have you been scouring the net for interesting design content? The Naldz Graphics twitter stream shares amazing interviews, illustrations, and sketches all for you! We scoped out a few pieces, and we know you’ll love it.

@html5doctor – Does your HTML5 need a proper checkup? Pop over to the good people at HTML5 Doctor! The tweets share developer walkthroughs, in-depth articles, intriguing layouts,  and more.

@mywebneel – The content shared here is for 3D, graphic, and web designers. Webneel.com tweets out comprehensive lists, which are sure to inspire your own version of graphical genius!

@DailyDevNews – The Daily Web News Twitter offers both development and designer current events. Stay abreast of the research and news shared here to be ahead of the game.

@RWD – Responsive Web Design deals with mobile news and responsive design strategies. Examples of responsive sites and crisp illustrations of website designs are also shared. This one is a must follow.

@designersbooks – For those users who are interested in reading about design, innovation, and invention, this handle has all the best book recommendations. Peruse through the stream a little while, and you will see what we mean!

@vandelaydesign – Vandelay Website Design offers sharp deals and live website examples of extraordinary design. It has garnered quite the following, so don’t hesitate to browse its Twitter archives.

@webdesignstuffc –  Another solid resource is Web Design Stuff, a stream that runs contests and perfect PSD, CSS, and HTML tutorials. Give it a look!

What do you think of these 25 Twitter brands we’ve selected to help with design? Do not hesitate to suggest more resources in the comments below!