Over Dribbble’s near-decade of existence, the digital designer toolbelt has seen an enormous shift. Today, designers everywhere can easily choose a workflow that suits their needs.
Whether you’re working on a beer label, illustrating TV characters, crafting an icon set, or just trying to make the world a better place, there has always been a desire to share what you’re working on with the world.
We’ve made sharing your latest and greatest work with the design community even easier by reducing the friction between the creative process and receiving feedback. Today we’re announcing a suite of new integrations for some of the world’s leading design tools to allow you to share what you’re working on directly from the tool you’re working in.
Native Figma integration, plus Adobe XD and Sketch plugins.
We’ve worked closely with Figma, Sketch, Adobe XD and InVision Studio (coming soon!) to build out all new ways to share your work to Dribbble with as little disruption to workflow as possible.
We leveraged Figma’s API to create an integration so you can send your work directly from Figma to Dribbble. Available today in the Figma web and desktop apps, it’s as simple as selecting a Layer and navigating to Integrations ▸ Dribbble, where you’ll be taken to our desktop upload flow with your artwork.
Earlier in the year, Adobe invited us to their San Francisco offices, and gave us access to an early set of APIs for building plugins in XD. We were able to work directly with them to craft a simple flow for uploading to Dribbble right within XD.
The latest version of Adobe XD, with plugins support, is available right now! Try out the new plugin by opening up the XD plugin manager and searching for Dribbble.
No suite of design integrations is complete without our friends at Sketch. Using their extensive set of APIs we were able to build out a plugin that allows you to share to Dribbble right within Sketch.
Dribbble’s Sketch plugin is available for Sketch version 50.2 and up, and can be downloaded by clicking here.
InVision Studio, Photoshop, and more coming later this year.
We know that everybody has a unique setup, so we’re committed to expanding our integrations to even more design tools.
We’re working hard with InVision to see that a plugin is released very soon to add sharing capabilities directly from Studio. Additionally we’re hard at work on integrations for Webflow, Adobe Photoshop CC, Adobe Illustrator CC, and Adobe After Effects CC.
We’d love to hear what you think about these new integrations and are extremely excited to see what you create. Have any questions? Check out the documentation, or shoot us a message and we’ll get right back to you.