How many different ways can the same subject be illustrated? Tons! Monday’s daily dose of inspiration is brought to you by designer Bailey Sullivan who shares 9 totally different interpretations of one of her favorite animals—the bird.
What is Design Thinking, why is it important, and in what ways can you implement the Design Thinking mindset when building out products? Six design teams share their thoughts.
Jordan Koschei, Senior Designer and Developer at Lightstock shares 4 actionable strategies you can use to thoughtfully onboard new designers to your team.
Meet Ashley Hohnstein, Senior Graphic Designer at Target and also an amazing lettering artist and illustrator. Check out Ashley’s sunny home-office in Minneapolis and get a glimpse into her life as a full-time designer and part-time freelancer.
With the launch of the new Dribbble Shop, we’re excited to highlight some of the amazing designers behind the products for sale. This week, get to know Peter Laxalt, designer and co-owner at Laxalt & McIver. Peter gives us an inside look into his designs, explains what the Dribbble community means to him, and shares some fun facts about himself.
Two years ago, Katie Cooper made the decision to leave her full-time job and pursue freelancing full-time. Fast forward to today, and her freelance design career is thriving. Read about Katie’s journey as she shares how she approached quitting her job, managed her finances, found clients, and all of the lessons learned in between.
In this video interview, get to know Olha Uzhykova, Product Designer and Co-Founder of the design agency Netrix. Olha is passionate about design though it hasn’t always been part of her life. Hear about how her background in business development and few web design courses changed the whole track of her life and career.
Forests and mountains and waterfalls, oh my! Landscape lover and founder of Canopy, Alex Pasquarella, shares 9 favorite shots inspired by nature.
Are you a creative on the hunt for new inspiring podcasts in your life? We’ve rounded up a list of 10 podcasts created for and by designers in all kinds of different design fields. Grab your headphones, sit back, and press play.
Mark your calendars for June 6, as we’ll be hosting our bi-annual conference in the Big Apple and we couldn’t be more excited. Get a sneak peek of what you can expect at Hang Time NYC—a full-day inspiration fest for designers brought to you by Dribbble.
What’s life like as a freelance designer working in NYC? Illustrator and animator Molly Hensley shares her typical workday and gives us a tour of her inspiration-filled home office in Brooklyn.
Bushra Mahmood, Principle Designer at Unity Technologies, shines a light on what 3D means in Augmented Reality. Explore all of the components of a 3D scene, learn how the underlying technology works, and see methods for producing 3D objects.
For the shortest month of the year, February was a huge month for Dribbble Meetups around the world! Read all about the activities over 1000 designers took part in like sharing their most embarrassing moments, redesigning household objects, and of course, eating lots of snacks.
Get an inside look at designer and illustrator Gregory Darroll’s process as he works through an illustration from start to finish in Procreate.
Happy International Women’s Day 2019! Today’s daily dose of inspiration is brought to you by some insanely talented women in our community who created designs in celebration of this very important day of the year.
Ready to fill your feed with more top-notch lettering work? Check out the profiles of some amazing women lettering artists sharing unique messages and letting styles on Dribbble.
Austin-based designer Jessie Farris spends her workdays in either her home office or the WeWork co-working space in town. Read about where she finds inspiration, why she works better with a very structured routine, and how the cleanliness of her workspace is a product of her productivity.
The folks at Type Hike have called upon designers to create a poster in celebration of Gateway Arch National Park. Take a peek at some of the wonderful submissions participating Dribbblers have shared.
Meet the trio behind the Los Angeles-based design studio, Down The Street Designs. In this post, Paul, Colin, and Remo share their story about how they were able to successfully launch a design studio of their own shortly after graduating college.
Meet Luisa, a freelance Product Designer based in Oakland, California. In a new video, Luisa shares how feeling uninspired can actually be useful, why she’d like to make a social impact using design, and how she ended up moving to the San Francisco, Bay Area after making an important connection on Dribbble.