Amazon designer by day, band posters and album covers by night, Jesse Penico’s passion for and personal style of “glitch art” is unique and just the right amount of dark. Check out his work and see what he’s up to.
The folks at Wix are hosting another great playoff, giving Dribbblers who enter a chance to win $2,000 toward any digital design products of their choice, a two year VIP Premium Plan for Wix, Dribbble Pro for one year! Check out the details and don’t miss this one.
We’ve announced the winners of our Hang Time Seattle Playoff. See the winning designs!
Keeley Laures is a Seattle-based designer and embroiderer who is captivated by artificial intelligence, augmented reality, and the ethics and visuals possible for voice technology. Read more about what she’s working on and her process.
A few weeks ago, Sticker Mule held a Playoff for Dribbblers to design stickers for a special limited edition Dribbble-themed sticker pack, and now it’s time! The pack is here and everyone in the community gets one—for free.
Outside of digital, there’s a whole world of printing techniques out there, each of which produces a unique aesthetic. Here are three prominent manual printing methods we’ve been seeing all over Dribbble lately.
We’re stoked to say that we’ve paired up with the fine folks at WeWork to get the Dribbble community 10% off on a new remote office. Check out the details!
In March, almost 800 Dribbblers attended 18 meetups in 7 countries. Read more about your growing, global community and get inspired to host your own Dribbble Meetup!
We were so excited to interview one of our own for this one. Meet Dribbble and Crew community support specialist Renee Fleck, and see what amazing stuff she’s working on in her down time.
What does every designer need? A great notebook, right? We’re thrilled to share our collaboration with Baron Fig.
Check out hot shots from the community last week, plus enter our Hang Time Seattle Playoff! The winning design will be live screen printed on shirts at the after party plus snag some other sweet prizes.
At Dribbble, we’re driven by our core value that community comes first. We believe that it’s not enough to guess at what our community wants, or to design for what we would want. Samantha Pede, a Senior Product Designer at Dribbble, shares how we can build deep and lasting empathy in our design process.
Enter our Playoff and you could win a ticket to Hang Time and have your design screen printed live at the after party.
Kristen Boydstun is an illustrator and printmaker living in Munich, Germany. She’s got some huge clients and a super dialed-in process and workspace. Read more about it in her Timeout interview.
Last week, we reached 1 trillion pixels Dribbbled! Read more on this milestone, plus check out other great work from the community.
More and more individuals and companies are working fully remotely, Dribbble included! Read a bit more about it, and check out some beautiful design some Dribbblers have put together on the subject.
Kasha is an illustrator and designer—with education in interior design and experience in screen printing. Her work—and workspace—is clean, but doesn’t take itself too seriously. Check out where she works and how she spends her creative time in her Timeout interview.
Sticker Mule is at it again with another amazing Playoff! This time their team is asking for your help designing a limited edition Dribbble sticker pack.
Check out AIGA’s new campaign for gender equality in design and business, Double or Nothing. Plus, catch up on what happened last week on Dribbble!
We’re less than two months away from Hang Time Seattle and we’re thrilled to share our full speaker line up and the schedule!