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Who’s ready for a good laugh? Check out these hilarious spoofs of some of the world’s most famous logo designs. Enjoy!
Show your designer buddies some love this holiday season by gifting them an enamel pin only a designer would appreciate. These fifteen pins were thoughtfully created with designers in mind and are for sale right now!
It’s no secret that good design helps your content perform significantly better. Here’s a practical guide for how to design more thoughtfully and effectively when it comes to the marketing avenues of your brand.
Graphic designer and musician Brent McCormick is a man of many talents. Get a glimpse into his musically charged design career, and enjoy checking out his awesome album art, gig posters, and more.
Which types of designers are in high demand right now? We’ve got the data thanks to our Global Design Survey. Find out the top 5 designer disciplines that design teams identified as most likely to hire next.
Finding new opportunities for designers has long been at the heart of the Dribbble experience. Today, we’re excited to announce updates to our Dribbble Pro subscription to help you and your team build a thriving future in design.
To help start you off on the right foot in 2020, we rounded up some of the best creative advice we heard from designers throughout 2019. Absorb these tidbits of wisdom, and get ready to shine even brighter next year.
Brace yourselves—because your favorite animated characters received a little bit of a makeover today. Can you identify these famous fictional friends? They might be looking a little different!
Remote work might sound pretty amazing, but the reality is that working from home comes with its own set of unique challenges. See what the most common pain points are for remote designers and learn some essential techniques for overcoming them.
In a very special Dribbble Video, we go back to grade school and revisit art class with teacher Wendy Brasher. Watch Wendy deliver an important message about creativity, letting go of our egos, and making the world a better place through our art—because we could all use a creative pep talk every once in a while.
Considering a UX internship? A Design Recruiter at Facebook explains how completing an internship could actually help you land a coveted UX role much more efficiently than jumping straight into the job search.
‘Tis the season, Dribbblers! Whether you’re shopping for a graphic designer, UX designer, typography maven, or any manner of design geek, we’ve got plenty of unique gifts in our 2019 Designer Gift Guide!
Get to know Type Designer, Graphic Designer, and Lettering Artist Mark Caneso! Catch a glimpse of his current freelance life where Mark moves to a new state every year, and learn why he’s all about embracing the unfamiliar.
If you want to attract top design talent, you need to know what designers are looking for in their careers—aside from a competitive salary. Here are three other important factors designers said they seek out in a job.
What are the most important skills designers identified as wanting to learn in the next few years to advance in their careers? We’re revealing the top four responses from our global design community and sharing some resources to help you level-up in these areas.
Know your worth and get paid what you deserve: Here are some best practices for approaching the salary conversation in a design interview. Follow these tips, and you’ll be negotiating like a pro in no time.
When it comes to designer salaries, what are the best states with the best buck? We’re revealing the top three US states where you can earn the most as a designer. Study up and make sure you’re getting paid what you deserve!
More than 17,000 design professionals across the globe shared their insights into where the design industry is and where it’s heading. Learn more about Dribbble’s Global Design Survey and explore findings behind designer salaries, career trends, and what’s next for your design discipline.
Ready for a blast from the past? Explore web design in the early 2000s where personal websites, Wikipedia, and the earliest internet meme emerged. Enjoy this fascinating timeline of web design’s evolution between 2000-2004.
Mark your calendars because it’s open enrollment time! We’re breaking down the big elements self-employed creatives need to consider—from health insurance to retirement, and everything in between.