So I've been doing research for the past few days to gather information concerning the best looking and most famous blogs around, in reference to my own opinion and my research here's a top 10 list out of what I came up with.
1. Development SEEDDevelopment Seed is using GitHub to host their blog, they publish information and posts about their projects there, the main layout does really look awesome and functional with many features and I think it's the most interesting site to show you what Jekyll is capable of.
2. Josh Habdas's BlogJosh Habdas's personal blog is about freelance web and mobile app development, blogging, Raspberry Pi and retro gaming. It really has an elegant design and feature-rich blog layout enough to show you how Jekyll can professionally run your blog.
3. Scott's BlogScott's weblog is created by an IT professional specializing in virtualization, networking, open source, and cloud computing. It's the greatest example of how lightweight and simple you can go by using Jekyll, and still implement every essential blogging element required for your blog to run perfectly.
4. Yevgeniy Brikman's BlogYevgeniy Brikman's blog is one reason why Jekyll and GutHub pages are the best tools to host a blog if you are a developer, many developers like him are hyped about it due to integration of the most famous and beloved development platform which is GitHub featuring git repository hosting and version control services.
6. Zach Holman's BlogZach Holman's blog is managed by one of GitHub engineering hires, he helped build and grow their product and culture over five years, from nine employees all the way to 250. He was the top committer at GitHub for the last two years of his time there.
8. UX Design BlogUX Design blog is about product designing & web development created by Lee Munroe and he focuses on designing and shipping web, mobile & desktop applications that solve problems and offer users an enjoyable experience.
9. JMPerez BlogJMPerez blog is created by José Manuel Pérez and he is a software engineer dedicated to web development and committed to web performance optimization. He really enjoys developing websites for desktop and mobile devices, having into account most recent technologies.
10. Barry Clark's BlogBarry Clark's blog is about building products that solve real, human problems. Author is passionate about programming, design, user experience, customer driven development, and continually improving as a manager.
What do you think about this top 10 list? Don't hesitate to share thoughts with me and drop a comment in the section below.