Lightning-quick interviews with Dribbblers.
Check out Diana’s lovely home office in Sofia, Bulgaria and learn about what challenges she has faced as a freelance illustrator, where she draws inspiration from, and how she organizes her work life.
Running an online shop is no easy feat. Learn about how Joanna Behar quit her day job and launched her online store which she now runs full-time. Joanna takes us through her journey as a business-woman and explains what it really takes to run a growing online store—from designing each product, to the nitty-gritty business side of things.
In a new Timeout video, product designer Juan Arreguin shares what he’s learned from freelancing for the past two years. Even though there are some challenges when it comes to freelancing, for Juan, the positives outweigh the negatives.
Catch up with Adobe XD Product Managers Jonathan Pimento, Hoyle Wang, and Sherif Assaf to learn about the latest at Adobe XD and what drives their team to continue pushing the boundaries of design software.
Meet Alex Eiman, a freelance designer and illustrator based out of Colorado Springs, CO. You may be familiar with Alex and his awesome National Park Badges series he often posts to Dribbble. Here he takes us on a tour of his rustic home studio where all of the magic happens.
Bristol-based motion designer and illustrator, Chloe Jackson, gives us a tour of her quirky and colorful home studio. Chloe also shares her favorite aspects of freelancing and why she prefers not sticking to a specific routine.
San Francisco-based designer and illustrator Maya Ealey believes the best way to get inspired is by talking to and building community with other creative people. Maya also shares when she feels most productive, how she gets her best work done, and what design means to her. More in our latest Timeout video.
Meet Singapore based designer and illustrator, Elen Winata. In this article, Elen talks about her favorite places to work, the most productive hours of her day, and keeping a healthy work-life balance.
Meet Los Angeles designer and illustrator Harry Diaz, currently working digitally as well as with photography, woodblocks, and risographs, oh my!
Step into the beautiful, minimal home office of Australian based designer, Nguyen Le. As a father of two children and a full time freelancer, Nguyen shares the adjustments he’s had to make to his schedule and his methods for optimal productivity.
In a new Timeout video, Pablo Stanley explains how aesthetics can help communicate the value of a tool or product. He also shares where he finds inspiration and how vacations and downtime helps him explore new ideas—making him more productive at home and at work.
Mexican illustrator Ana Hill shows us her home office set-up and shares how a blend of flexibility and routine in her schedule helps her to be more productive.
Meet Brian Rau, a Chicago designer and illustrator working freelance as of recently. Read more about where he finds inspiration, the purpose behind his personal projects, and his office set-up.
Fran Pulido’s work is lively and energetic and his dynamic illustrations always tell a story. We asked him what he’s working on and more about his setup.
Meet Alex Kunchevsky, a designer and illustrator who works while traveling the world. He talks about how to stay focused and productive with his kind of lifestyle and why traveling is important for his work.
In a new Timeout video, independent designer Ryan Putnam describes his latest work as Design Illustration—a new discipline that focuses the strategic value of illustration. He also shares his pros and cons (mostly pros) on working freelance.
Meet Cape Town based designer and illustrator Chris van Rooyen! He shows us his green-filled home office, takes us through his daily routine and workflow, and shares his favorite design tools.
Get to know Los Angeles designer and illustrator Sara Nicely! She shows us her workspace, talks about her daily routine, and shares her favorite things about working from home.
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.