Before setting off into the sunset and into 2021, we’re looking back at some of the top articles published on the Dribbble blog in 2020. But first, we want to give a huge shout-out to all of the guest contributors who shared their insights with us and our community this year.
In no particular order, here were your very favorite pieces of content featured on the Dribbble blog in 2020. Get cozy, grab your favorite beverage, and enjoy. ■
2020 has forever changed the design industry. Since design touches virtually every facet of our lives, designers need to be ready to adapt to changes as they come. In this article, we explore these significant changes, plus explain how designers today can learn to adapt to the new landscape of design.
Whether you’re hunkered down at home or just looking for some ways to relax and de-stress, your creative community has got you covered. In this blog post, we rounded a handful of free coloring pages created just for you (or your kids) that you can download via Dribbble.
Neumorphic interfaces (also known as soft UI) was a huge design trend that took off this year. In this article, designer Samsun Vowles drops by to share his top tips for experimenting with this style. Plus, check out a few Dribbble Shots packed with helpful techniques to help you accomplish the neumorphic look and feel.
In this article, designer at Heartbeat Agency, Vladimir Gruev explains how to craft a cohesive visual identity for digital products. Plus, how to successfully present your concept to clients, and integrate the visual identity into product marketing and interfaces.
On the hunt for the perfect color palette? In this post, we’re sharing a fun and simple technique that graphic designers use to generate beautiful color schemes. Download the template inside and start curating your very own unique color palettes.
Ever wonder how designers create those blurry gradient-like effects in Adobe Illustrator? In this post, designer Ryan Hammond drops by to share a quick and easy design tutorial to help you achieve the same look and feel.
Have you explored Apple iOS 14’s highly customizable features yet? Check out this collection of unique iOS 14 icon sets to give your home screen a whole new aesthetic. Each of these iOS icon sets was created by a designer in the Dribbble community.
Have you ever looked at a famous logo and thought about how you would design it differently? Well, you’re not alone! Check out this collection of reinterpretations of some of the world’s most iconic logos—courtesy of the talented graphic designers in the Dribbble community. Who do you think designed it better?
On the hunt for some fresh new fonts to add to your collection? Whether you’re a graphic designer, web designer, or simply an enthusiast of type, we’ve rounded up eight great resources for you to download free fonts for either personal or commercial use.
Who doesn’t love free stuff? We compiled an extensive collection of Dribbble Shots jam-packed with design freebies made for designers, by designers. Click on each Shot to download a high-quality mockup, template, icon set, and more goodies for your next design project.