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India UI/UX Designer @HappyFox Joined over 7 years ago
Maybe, Maybe not? But it's the post statistics that I'm talking about. I would want to know how my creation is doing, how many folks have viewed it and how many have liked it. That's the only motivation you get on Dribbble. Albeit I'm not a fan of funky GIFs and swanky gradients, I do want proper UI/UX stuff on it to be encouraged.
I love the new feature, But it sucks that I have to scroll down all the way to the bottom right to find the number of likes. Being a creator, knowing the statistics of my post is very critical. This update ruined that to me :/
God, how do they do this? Damn it, It's really cool that they set a new standard every freaking time.
Is this really happening? OMG.
I'd say these 2 are always on the top of my list:
I've seen some kickass case studies on Medium before, but they are all one-off. Only a few agencies out there are rock solid!
I think you have the answer in your question itself. Move out of your comfort zone, try a design challenge to explore different types of design. Dribbble is a great place to start a design challenge. Don't expect a lot of criticism or feedback, in the end the effort you put in will matter.. After all, practice is what makes you perfect.
Create something that you've always shy'd away from. Here's a site that might be of help: https://sharpen.design/
Also, if you were inspired by something try recreating it by learning the process. This will help you think different & lead you into creating something unique yourself.
P.S : No one is perfect, the learning never ends! :)
If it helps, i just bought the non-touchbar 15" MBP. I use tools like Sketch/PS/Illustrator for the most part.
If the latest one's had all the ports as the old one, without the touchbar, that'd easily be my first choice. Sadly, it isn't.
And yes, i am not disappointed with the performance despite having an older version, its blazing fast!
Can't' agree more. The quotes page, the ads.. wow they are definitely not living up to their brand name!
I've been looking to get an invite for quite a long time now.. Many contests that are run on dribbble are just namesakes, they end up giving the invite to people they personally know :( So i gave up on looking for invites.. It's such a pain to join the community..
That said, your post gave me some confidence.. If i fall into your category of being "worthy", please drop me the invite.
Portfolio is at www.elitepixels.net and my Dribbble ID is https://dribbble.com/elitepixels
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Thanks bud. Yes, I made it a point not to design, just to design an app/interface. I had a daily theme set, which made my job easier.
My goal was not to get more likes by posting colorful, swanky GIFs like you see on the popular section of Dribbble. My goal was to learn and evolve.
And I did spend 3-4 hours every day and uploaded the shots. Only twice did I schedule a few days of shots, as I wanted to go on vacations.
Apart from that, I did post them every day.
Coming to your last question; it did not help me get the current job. As I got placed in the early stages of the project. They did find some potential in me and hired me well in advance :)