Meet Los Angeles designer and illustrator Harry Diaz, currently working digitally as well as with photography, woodblocks, and risographs, oh my!
Last week we announced a new size limit for shot uploads, and we’re now seeing big, beautiful shots all across the platform. We pulled some together for some awesome Monday morning inspiration for you. Take a look!
Women Who Design is a Twitter directory of accomplished women in the design industry created by Jules Forrest.
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.
Introducing high-res shots to best show off your work.
Read about how designer Gal Shir turned a simple idea into a successful side project.
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.
Adobe Creative Director Brian Yap has always been excited by Illustration, and even more specifically illustration with animated elements. Technology today is allowing illustration to come alive in smaller ways than animated features, whether it’s an animated gif or full, augmented reality experience. He shares examples that have fun with how we view illustration in new and exciting ways.
Listen to Breaking Into Startups, a podcast highlighting the stories of people working in tech from non-traditional backgrounds.
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.
In July, over 500 designers attended 11 Dribbble Meetups in 6 different countries. From a luau themed meetup in Atlanta, to a live design quiz in Wroclaw, check out all of the fun activities that took place at the July meetups and get inspired to host your own!
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.
As Community team member Hallie Rose Taylor enters the second week of her summer surf trip, she’s prepared some epic inspiration for your Monday morning. Take a look at awesome surf-inspired branding, illustration, and print design from the Dribbble community!
We recently stumbled upon the Art of the Title, an extensive directory of title designers and studios from all over the world. Take a look at this niche area of design and some of the amazing folks who work within it.
Get an inside look at more office spaces from the Dribbble Team! Hear from the team about how working remotely has given them more time with their families, and to travel and explore.
In our latest Playoff, the Adobe XD team challenged Dribbblers to create a head’s up display from Terminator 2 using Adobe XD and the free Movie Magic UI Kit by Territory Studios. See the winner of
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.
Take a peek at Dribbble’s newest Senior Product Designer—and long-time Dribbbler—Rogie King and his Twitter hashtag #shotsilove. Join in to help bring more art and design to the surface and use #shotsilove yourself!
Get to know productcloud.io, a free e-book on the new product management from Pendo and co-authored by five other leading product teams. It’s packed with helpful information that is helping to define standards for product teams.
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.