In a new Timeout video, product designer Juan Arreguin shares what he’s learned from freelancing for the past two years. Even though there are some challenges when it comes to freelancing, for Juan, the positives outweigh the negatives.
Catch up with Adobe XD Product Managers Jonathan Pimento, Hoyle Wang, and Sherif Assaf to learn about the latest at Adobe XD and what drives their team to continue pushing the boundaries of design software.
Last week the Dribbble team seemed to be attracted to meaningful typography, all-things-tennis, and comic-book-style illustration. Take a peek!
Go ahead and add Converting Colors to your designer toolkit. It’s a super simple yet powerful way to convert over 15 different color representations and includes suggestions, complimentary colors, image previews, and more.
Meet Alex Eiman, a freelance designer and illustrator based out of Colorado Springs, CO. You may be familiar with Alex and his awesome National Park Badges series he often posts to Dribbble. Here he takes us on a tour of his rustic home studio where all of the magic happens.
Learn more about Dribbble all-star Johny Vino’s journey, process, and how Dribbble has played a role in his growing and impressive career.
Check out all of the community building activities that took place at Dribbble Meetups this August!
Adobe’s Head of Inclusive Design Matt May shares his ten favorite shots for inclusive design. Take a look!
Growing a business is difficult, but there’s a new resource to guide you on your way. We took a look at The Growth Handbook from Intercom this week, read more.
Bristol-based motion designer and illustrator, Chloe Jackson, gives us a tour of her quirky and colorful home studio. Chloe also shares her favorite aspects of freelancing and why she prefers not sticking to a specific routine.
San Francisco-based designer and illustrator Maya Ealey believes the best way to get inspired is by talking to and building community with other creative people. Maya also shares when she feels most productive, how she gets her best work done, and what design means to her. More in our latest Timeout video.
We are always sharing work that we love from our community on Slack, but last week we had an absurd amount flooding in. Dribbblers created and shared a lot of very bold, bright illustration, animation, and typography work. Get inspired!
Any design project that needs icons just got a lot easier. The worlds largest icon library, Streamline, has had an update and is now an even more powerful resource. Read more and head over to the site to glimpse the new features and icons.
Meet Singapore based designer and illustrator, Elen Winata. In this article, Elen talks about her favorite places to work, the most productive hours of her day, and keeping a healthy work-life balance.
Senior Product Designer, Al Power shares his advice on growing your social audience as a designer and the benefits that follow. He takes us through his personal journey and shares specific tips that worked for him when developing his design career.
Meet Los Angeles designer and illustrator Harry Diaz, currently working digitally as well as with photography, woodblocks, and risographs, oh my!
Last week we announced a new size limit for shot uploads, and we’re now seeing big, beautiful shots all across the platform. We pulled some together for some awesome Monday morning inspiration for you. Take a look!
Women Who Design is a Twitter directory of accomplished women in the design industry created by Jules Forrest.
Step into the beautiful, minimal home office of Australian based designer, Nguyen Le. As a father of two children and a full time freelancer, Nguyen shares the adjustments he’s had to make to his schedule and his methods for optimal productivity.
Introducing high-res shots to best show off your work.