Following WordPress on Twitter

Over my time spent on both twitter and WordPress I found some great WordPress people on Twitter.

Here is a list of some great accounts to follow on Twitter if you what to stay up to date on new themes, updates, news, plugins, tutorials  and whatever else you can think of concerning WordPress.

@PremiumWPblog1

“Aims to provide easy, affordable and superior quality wordpress solutions for every niche.”

You can find some nice premium themes on this twitter.  

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@ElevenThemes

“Our themes are professionally design and developed for WordPress enthusiasts, bloggers, designers & developers.”

Personally, I REALY like their style of Themes. They have two at the time but they look great.

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@MinimalWP

Minimal WP Themes is a WordPress theme shop for those looking for simple, minimal inspired themes.”

These guys don’t tweet that much but they simply have some cool themes.

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@CPOthemes

“Our main focus when developing each theme is quality, not quantity, and we carefully take our time to iterate through the design process to ensure its ready.”

At this point their themes are free.

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@Westi

WordPress lead developer | Happiness Gardener | Code Dreamer | Ex-Embedded Firmware Developer | Photographer | Music lover | http://en.gravatar.com/westi

West Sussex, UK · http://peter.westwood.name

Peter Westwood is one of the Lead Developers of WordPress. He is a great person to follow to stay up to date on WordPress.

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@DaveCoveney

I run interconnect/it where we do our best to develop the finest custom WordPress solutions. I’m only happy if our clients are happy.

Liverpool · http://interconnectit.com

This guy is super helpful. He talks about WordPress and a ton of other computer/tech stuff. I have also replied/ asked questions on  twitter and he replies back. 

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@WordPressAPI

Free WordPress themes, wordpress Plugins, WordPress API, WordPress tutorials, wordpress tips, wordpress tutorials, PHP, Ruby on Rails, Javascript

This account has really come in helpful when I need some help with code, they also have plugin and widget reviews.

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@AlexMoss

“SEO and WordPress plugin developer in the UK. Partner@PleerSEO, Head of SEO @Bancmedia, eater of food and watcher of television.

Manchester, UK · http://alex-moss.co.uk/

This guy is super helpful with WordPress in general and plugin info.

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@SimpleDream

“Outdoorsman, polyglot, second-culture kid, and recovering RVer. Themes & Customization group lead at Automattic.

Tucson, Arizona · http://simpledream.net/

He talks a lot about what is happening with WordPress.

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@WPCandy 

“We’re a blog about WordPress. Yes, we realize how crazy meta that is.

The Internet · http://wpcandy.com/

That about sums them up. For the WordPress lover.

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@WordPress

“Updates and other fun stuff related to WordPress.org (that’s the self-hosted version).

All over the world · http://wordpress.org

Who is better to follow then WordPress.

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@WordPressDOTcom

“News from WordPress.com (that’s the hosted version). Follow@wordpress for .org updates. Get support at:http://support.wordpress.com/contact/

All over the world · http://wordpress.com

If you want to see whats happening with WordPress follow them.

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@WPStyles

“Bringing transparency to the marketplace of WordPress themes, also soon we’ll be selling our own themes :).

· http://wpstyles.org

I love this site! You can find lots of great WordPress themes on here and some great in-depth info about them.

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@WPShower

“We create WordPress themes.

· http://wpshower.com

WPshower has some very unique themes, I love them and have tested them out and they are coded wonderfully. 

Innovative Designs

Two designs that inspired me and made me ask myself  “What am I doing to help and empower other people?” I hope they do the same for you.

 Element S Coat by Veronika Scott

Photo by Scott by Ruby Troyano

“Veronika Scott is one maker who has put her time and energy into making a difference in the community. Veronika spearheaded The Empowerment Plan, a Detroit-based humanitarian project which centers around the Element S Coat, a self-heated, waterproof garment that transforms into a sleeping bag at night. The coat is made by a group of homeless women who have been paid to learn and to produce the coats for those living on the streets. Veronika is one of the hundreds of makers who will be presenting at Maker Faire Detroit, taking place next weekend, July 30 and 31, at The Henry Ford in Dearborn.”

You can read the rest of the Make: article here
Here is a like to  The Empowerment Plan‘s blog

Dyslexie

For more information on this project Here is the link to the projects page.

and the Fast Company article here