• Saxon Fletcher, almost 6 years ago

    It depends on what you use Dribbble for.

    A lot of people use it as a marketing channel (e.g. Focus Lab), in which case visibility is most definitely important. The same could be said for any product or business, if you aren't exposed to your target audience, you will fail, regardless of how good your product is. Quality work will obviously help, but you still need that launching pad.

    You could make the argument that this allows designers who live outside the US to showcase their work to a wider audience.

    The same could be said of Twitter. Buffer is filling that void.

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