OK, so as usual, we are probably a bit late to the party, but this past week we got drafted to Dribbble by Joseph of Northcoast Zeitgeist. I admittedly was unfamiliar, so I accepted, and started poking around on the site. It’s pretty damn cool, I have to say.
What exactly is Dribbble you ask? Here is the definition straight from their site:
What is Dribbble?
Dribbble is show and tell for designers, developers and other creatives. Members share sneak peeks of their work as “shots” — small screenshots of the designs and applications they are working on. It’s also a place to talk design, give and receive feedback and iterate toward better work.
So with one simple question “What are you working on?” Dribbble entices users to share what they are designing, developing or creating.
Currently, Dribbble is invite-only, membership is driven by the users. Dribbble hand out invites from time to time, so be sure to be on the lookout on our Twitter page – since we will most definitely post that we are looking for folks to draft, if given the opportunity.
We’ve added a couple of things we are working on this week and it’s fun to be able to share little sneaks at what we are doing and to get feedback on it. Even more fun is snooping around and looking at what other folks have going on. Feels like you are a fly on the wall of some of your favorite artists’ studios.
Anyhow, if you are on Dribbble check us out – http://dribbble.com/players/HeroDesignStudio, follow us and we’ll follow you.