Lightning-quick interviews with Dribbblers.
In our latest Timeout video, we chat with design lead Mari Ettlinger. She shares how she’s used Dribbble to hire design talent, why she enjoys working remotely, and how breaks can actually increase productivity.
Daniel Patrick Simmons is a designer and illustrator working out of California. More specifically, working out of a space in an auto-body shop. Read more about his set-up and projects in this Timeout interview.
The Dribbble team recently sat down with Chief Design Officer Gleb Kuznetsov. He shares what it’s like to manage design teams across time zones, his thoughts on designing with emotion, and how he transforms ideas into high-quality digital products.
Meet Columbus, Ohio’s Cody Bond, a wildly creative and funny illustrator and animator inspired by the nineties cartoons and video games from his childhood. Check out his work, plus advice on finding your own creative voice.
In our latest Timeout video, we sit down with San Francisco-based designer Tymn Armstrong. He shares his approach to problem-solving and how he taps into creative energy. Tymn also shares what it’s like to go out on your own as a freelancer and what it’s like working for a design giant like Dropbox.
Gerhard Van Wyk is digging deep. He gets in the zone to make what he makes, and draws inspiration from across disciplines into the realms of film and mythology. Learn more about his approach in his Timeout interview!
We’re beyond impressed with all the balls that designer and artist Melvin Thambi keeps in the air, he’s been busy! Read about his current projects and how he accomplishes so much in our interview.
The Dribbble team recently sat down with Senior Designer Jenny Johannesson to ask what inspires her, how she gets her best work done, and what a typical day at a cutting-edge design agency looks like. Hear what Jenny says in our new video series.
Product Designer Olga talks about her background, preferred tools, and what she appreciates in the world of UI design in her Timeout interview. Read on!
Calligrapher and lettering designer Joan Quirós blends tradition with innovation from his home in Valencia, Spain.
Jony is a minimalist both in design work and in life, wearing all black and focusing heavily on low-profiles and portability with all that he owns. We asked how he builds it up and pares it down in our interview.
Kristina hasn’t been posting a lot lately, because the last time she did, the shot turned into a sensation that she’s been busy with ever since. Hold Your Fire started with a simple design that’s now given over $5k to Everytown.org, a non-profit committed to ending gun violence. Read more about Kristina and her work!
Majesta works with technical content as a designer by day, but in her spare hours she loves to create soft, feminine illustrations. Check out her work and learn about her process!
Meet Amber Asay, a designers specializing in branding, print, packaging, and more. She went freelance just about a year ago and is quite happy with her decision. Read more about her current projects, finding clients, and what she’d like to see change in the design industry.
Anna has had some great jobs including working with The North Face and Pottery Barn, but she’s also neck-deep in her personal projects and side businesses. Check out what she’s working on!
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.