Take a look at Remote Stories, a place to read anonymously submitted experiences from remote workers around the globe, and to share your own successes and trials working from home.
How do we reach creative insight? So how do we get that spark back? Albert Shum, CVP of Design at Microsoft, is sharing his top tips for unlocking your creativity when you’re feeling bogged down, unfocused, and stifled.
Get to know Los Angeles designer and illustrator Sara Nicely! She shows us her workspace, talks about her daily routine, and shares her favorite things about working from home.
No matter what device you squeeze into your back pocket, you can now take Dribbble with you everywhere you go.
In our latest Timeout video, we chat with design lead Mari Ettlinger. She shares how she’s used Dribbble to hire design talent, why she enjoys working remotely, and how breaks can actually increase productivity.
Get your dose of monday morning inspiration from Team Dribbble with our picks from last week’s shots!
SuperHi— the place for courses and tools to make beautiful digital products— is offering a scholarship to women and non-binary designers. Check out the prizes for the winners, read the details, and apply before July 31st!
Almost 1400 designers attended 11 meetups in 7 countries around the world in June. Moscow had 20,000 live-stream viewers, Pablo Stanley spoke in San José, and Cape Town hosted an Analog Playoff—origami-style! Read more about these amazing events and perhaps get inspired to host your own.
Daniel Patrick Simmons is a designer and illustrator working out of California. More specifically, working out of a space in an auto-body shop. Read more about his set-up and projects in this Timeout interview.
We’re not going to lie, we liked a lot of shots last week. So many, in fact, that we saw two emerging themes among them: animated line drawings, and illustrations involving exotic creatures. Check out some really amazing work from the community!
Women in Tech is a new community on Product Hunt to help women working in tech reach their goals and find accountability. Check it out and sign up for to be part of the beta group!
See where Team Dribbble works! We’re sharing photos and thoughts on working remotely.
The Dribbble team recently sat down with Chief Design Officer Gleb Kuznetsov. He shares what it’s like to manage design teams across time zones, his thoughts on designing with emotion, and how he transforms ideas into high-quality digital products.
Before you join fellow Dribbblers—plus two Dribbble team members—next week in the capital of the Beehive State, learn what it is that makes the SLC design scene unique.
Adventures are a great source for creative inspiration—not to mention, a reminder to play more, take risks, and step outside your comfort zone as often as you can in order to keep moving forward, both professionally and personally. InVision’s Luisa Mancera shares her favorite 9 shots.
More amazing content from InVision’s project DesignBetter. They’ve released a Design Ops Handbook, meant to help growing companies improve their workflow, and create high-functioning teams by investing in design operations.
Get to know what it’s like to be Manchester designer Alex Dixon! He shares his set-up, work schedule, and advice for remote life.
Meet Columbus, Ohio’s Cody Bond, a wildly creative and funny illustrator and animator inspired by the nineties cartoons and video games from his childhood. Check out his work, plus advice on finding your own creative voice.
We’re proud to announce, Dribbble Hiring, our latest set of tools to help innovative brands bring more job opportunities to you.
See some of Dribbble Team’s favorite shots found last week! We seemed to be drawn to simple and classic typography paired with minimal illustrations. Check out these amazing shots