I half-jokingly said the developers have to do the design, so I took a crack at it while Dan and Rich are off in Amsterdam for BubbleConf.
Still a bit of a work in progress, but won't be changing much. You can expect to hear 100% more about the development of Dribbble soon.
2 months ago
haha, this is pretty good actually :)
is this the dribbble dev blog? it looks better than at least what half of the designers i know would do.
I look forward to see a revolution here. Thanks
@Tristan s'all about initiative!
Well that's complicating things cause I don't want to learn to program. And do programers really want to design? Come on :)
Development belong to design
@Isaac Grant™ Good luck implementing the next generation of UIs without having an understanding of the implementation... :)
Haha wonderful @Tristan Dunn !
Great news and nice design :)
@Bill Labus Haha I have understanding. Plus I was being sarcastic. I know things aren't black or white. :)
I am a designer, and I also write code. :P
Blog? Looks cool!!
About the topic, I think is more easy for a designer learn to write code (HTML, CSS, JS) than learn to design for a developer.
But you know is different for each people, I was good on computers on high school so maybe thats the reason for me as I designer to learn to code less difficult
Hey, who said developers can't design? Nice work!
Looking forward to this :)
about 1 month ago
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