Show and tell for designers
What are you working on? Dribbble is a community of designers answering that question each day. Web designers, graphic designers, illustrators, icon artists, typographers, logo designers, and other creative types share small screenshots (shots) that show their work, process, and current projects.
Dribbble is a place to show and tell, promote, discover, and explore design.
Headquartered in Salem, Massachusetts, Dribbble began as a side project and is now a tiny, bootstrapped and profitable company helping the world's design talent share their creations and get hired. Dribbble has become a go-to resource for discovering and connecting with designers around the globe.
Rich wanted to play pro basketball when he grew up, but found himself trapped in the body of a software developer. So he did the next best thing and co-created Dribbble, where he leads software development and product design.
He lives in Salem, Massachusetts with his wife and two kids. Occasionally, he dunks.
Dan is a designer, author, speaker, and dad living in Salem, Massachusetts. He is the Co-Founder and Creative Director of Dribbble, and the Founder & Principal of SimpleBits, a tiny design studio.
Dan previously co-founded the wine community site, Cork’d and has worked with clients such as Google, MTV, ESPN, Fast Company, YouTube, Microsoft, and others. He embraces simple, flexible, adaptable design using web standards through his interface work, writing, and speaking. In early 2012 he received a TechFellow Award for Product Design & Marketing.
Dan is the author of four best-selling books: CSS3 For Web Designers (A Book Apart), Bulletproof Web Design 3rd Edition (New Riders), Handcrafted CSS: More Bulletproof Web Design with Ethan Marcotte (New Riders), and Web Standards Solutions (Apress/Friends of ED). And he’s an aspiring clawhammer banjoist.
Susanna writes and edits from Salem, Mass. Her work has appeared in a variety of publications including Boston Magazine, the Boston Globe, Publishers Weekly, and at AOL News. She lives with her punster husband, two swell kids, three anti-social snails, and a well-mannered cat. When not tending to the menagerie, she consumes words in the form of novels, comics, and narratively-inclined nonfiction.
Patrick has worked in many areas of web development throughout his career, but has been focusing recently on keeping the servers humming along and building tools to support that. He cares about the craft of creating software and how we can improve people’s lives in small ways with accessible, easy-to-use tools.
Hailing from the Twin Cities with his lovely wife, Patrick is originally from Iowa. He likes to cook, and he mainly uses Macintosh computers, because he cares about the quality of his tools.
Ian has been working with Ruby on Rails for four and a half years throughout his career, which is apparently a long time. He's run the gamut of web development from front-end CSS to managing databases and spinning up servers. He loves tackling the difficult performance problems that often seem too daunting to fix.
He left chilly Minneapolis, MN, to become a Left Coaster in Davis, CA. Ian does not miss the chilly winters and humid summers of Minneapolis because he can play Ultimate Frisbee and hike all year round!
Alison works with the Dribbble community through meetups and community support. She’s excited to help designers find a sense of community and share what they’re working on.
Previous to Dribbble she worked as Happy Cog’s community manager, where she cultivated meaningful relationships through digital publishing and helped build a community of project managers around the Digital PM Summit.
She has a Master’s in Interactive Media from Elon University, where she learned to think strategically, dabbled in design, and built websites. Alison lives in Austin, TX but is a Carolina Tar Heel at heart. She can be found trying all of Austin’s hip new restaurants or exploring Texas terrain with her dog, Nash.
Jeffrey has been writing Ruby (on and off the Rails) in the startup and consulting worlds for close to a decade. He loves clean, well-tested code almost as much as he loves shipping.
A Bostonian at heart, he’s currently living in sunny Guntersville, Alabama. He enjoys reading sci-fi, playing with his kids, and blogging about subjects that interest almost no one.
Product Designer & Front-end Engineer
Adam has been designing and building websites and applications since he published his band’s Angelfire site in 1996. He loves solving user interface problems, writing markup and style, and getting code in front of users.
He lives in the mountains of Peterborough, New Hampshire with his wife, three kids, dog, and cat. In his downtime, he enjoys baseball research (with a statistical slant) and is slowly recording a punk rock album.