Cap Watkins, former VP of Design at BuzzFeed and founder of Practical Works shares his actionable strategies to get your team on the same page before interviewing design candidates.
Gabrielle Widjaja is currently completing her last semester at the Rhode Island School of Design. She takes us through a typical day in art school, shares her varying workspaces, and explains why there’s always room for a work-life balance.
Why is it so hard as designers to design things for ourselves? Veerle Pieters knows the struggle very well but that hasn’t stopped her from redesigning her blog for the 4th time now! In this post, she very candidly shares her full redesign process and reminds us that even the ideas you scrap are still valuable in the end.
Our friends at Sticker Mule just launched something new… coasters! They’re celebrating with another awesome Playoff. The best part? Everyone gets to try them out for free.
In a new video interview, we chat with San Francisco-based designer Nicola Broderick. Formerly at Gamut, Nicola has just opened her own business, Camino Studio. She shares what she’s working on, who inspires her, and how Dribbble has made an impact on her career.
Dribbble’s Head of People’s Ops Chloe Oddleifson shares insight on best practices and processes for promoting cohesiveness within a fully distributed team.
Scott Tusk is a designer and iconographer at Yelp. Check out the Dribbble shots that motivate him to push further as a designer.
Seven leading design teams share how they define good UI Design and what it looks like in their workflow.
Check out seven Chrome extensions hand-picked specifically with designers in mind. You can never have too many Chrome extensions right?
See what animation won the most recent Adobe XD Playoff and check out the rest of the amazing submissions received!
Hear from Russian designer, illustrator, and mother Ólga Davýdova on her essential tools, creative process, and self-made rules to make sure she stays ahead of the game in her freelance career.
Typography as a storytelling medium, the value of user research, and how to implement illustrations into a website were only a few of the topics designers learned and shared on at the first Dribbble Meetups of 2019. See what else the community got up to this January.
We did some research and rounded up a list of 8 cities that have been growing their community of designers by hiring freelance and full-time designers like crazy. Check out our list of 8 great places to live as a designer.
Filipino designer and artist Edwin Carl Capalla tells us how he got into photo-manipulation work and where his inspiration comes from.
In honor of Black History Month and in conjunction with 28 Days of the Web, we rounded up some of our favorite designers of color for you to follow.
Get to know SLC designer Chris Owens. He currently works at Canvas, a design studio in SLC, but his personal work is heavily inspired by Hip-Hop culture.
Get an inside look at illustrator and animator Montsouris’ creative process as she works through this new illustration in her series Playful House.
Designer and illustrator Mercedez Bazan has been living in Dublin for the past ten months. She takes us through her plant-filled apartment, her daily routine, and she shares how her experience moving to another country has benefitted her both personally and professionally.
We’re celebrating the Chinese New Year this week by showing off some awesome design and illustration work inspired by the Year of the Pig.
Tom Clohosy Cole has been illustrating and writing Picture Books for years now. Learn about what it takes to create these illustration-heavy prints, hear about Tom’s process, and what he believes are the biggest challenges when illustrating for print.