Dribbble is show and tell for designers, developers and other creatives. Share sneak peeks of your work as “shots” — small screenshots of the designs and applications you’re working on.
Dribbble works on an invite only basis, it helps to be recognised as an influential web designer. Few people know that I have recently redesigned the National Express website to conform to their brand guidelines. I designed the website for Craig Walford Estate Agents, who offer an honest ground breaking service when selling and buying homes in Rugby. I have recently completed websites for a local company who have started to go global; Challs with a number of mini sites within its frame, as well as their self funded charity National Plughole Week and this years mini site promoting it all Bottle for Change in association with Oxfam.
I would actually love to be a part of Dribbble, despite my previous blog posts, I want to be recognised for the work I do by my peers and those I follow, I want to show off my work to a heavy user base of quality designers.
But I saw an open market for Dribbble, an iPhone implementation. The site as is, is a little difficult to navigate when viewing on Safari Mobile. So picking up the RSS feed for Everyones shots, I built an iPhone web app for Dribbble called Drool. Check it out.
Posted On: Tuesday, May 25th, 2010 @ 6:22 pm by Ian Tearle
If you would like to discuss anything about your next project please drop me a line.
Startup Websites: £19.00 per month
Commerse Websites: £39.00 per month
Native Apps: £2000
No matter how small your project is, or if the prices above scare you, please do get in touch, I shall always listen and will advise freely alternative ideas or solutions. If you are a charity, let's talk!