I didn’t really understand the value of Dribbble when I first got an invitation, but have since started using the service a bit more and am really enjoying it. Dribbble acts as a ‘work-in-progress’ showcase where you upload a little snapshot of what you have on the go to either be a teaser or to acquire valuable feedback from other creative types. It’s a lot of fun, and I’m enjoying getting some behind-the-scenes glimpses at other peoples’ work.
Feel free to check out the Signalnoise Dribbble account. I’ll be experimenting with the service over the next while to show previews and other fun stuff happening at the studio.
As a fledgling designer I’ve loved the idea of dribbble. It’s an immediate blast of top-shelf creativity with a nice behind-the-scenes intimacy about it.
It also seems to be a great way to get feedback from like-minded peers in a profession that can be quite isolating at times. I’m hoping to sneak in sometime in the future.
Cool stuff, James! It’s always interesting to keep tabs on what you’re up to.
dribbble has been a great way for designers to share inspiration, as well as a great networking tool