Dribbble: A Social Media Network for Designers
Are you a graphic designer, illustrator, web designer, icon artist, logo designer or typographer? If so, there is an awesome web application out there in the cyber world called Dribbble, and yes that is the correct spelling. “Dribbble is a show and tell for designers, who share shots — small screenshots of the designs and applications they’re working on.”
As a first time user I found the functionality of Dribbble to be very user friendly. Dribble sort of resembled Pinterest’s layout, with the ability to follower designers, like their shot and share your favorite post through Twitter. For those of you that are interested in posting your own designs, you will start out as a prospect in order to be invited by a player to share your design. As you can see the terminology truly frames basketball because in order to become a player you have to drafted by previous members. Then you can upload your shots and comment.
Layout of Dribbble:
Layout of Pinterest:
Another great feature of Dribbble is finding graphic designers for your business. They call this scouting, and it allows anyone to hire a graphic designer through Dribbble. So this is an excellent way for businesses to network and build their marketing skills. Over 55 billion pixels have been dribbled so what are you waiting for, sign up today and spread your creations worldwide.
Christina Akiens is the Marketing Intelligence specialist at Chatter Buzz Media, an Orlando Florida Social media marketing company. Christina is currently a Senior pursuing her Bachelor of Science Business Administration in Marketing from the University of Central Florida.
Shalyn Dever is the Founder of Chatter Buzz Media, a diverse, creative, and super social digital marketing and social media marketing agency located in Orlando, FL. They deliver "BUZZ" to companies who wants people to talk about them.
Delivering only the customers that matters to you the most through cost-effective, targetted, inbound, and permission based marketing. They love to collaborate ...
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