Dribbble is dying. Whats next?

over 2 years ago from Alexey Sekachov, Product Designer

  • Bobby AndersonBobby Anderson, over 2 years ago

    Dribbble is what you make of it, much like DN or any other community based website. The popular page, what people consider the 'best' designs, is just watered down nonsense 90% of the time. Fancy neon blob gradient filled unusable UI or debut shots welcoming people to the community, I feel there is very little 'actual' project work but by curating your feed and finding people who do similar work or are in similar situations as yourself is the best way to use the platform.

    2 features I'd love to see on Dribbble are 1 - having the ability to block/hide people who do post utter crap and always end up on the popular page because Wowe nice colurz and 2 - having an option to mark uploads as actual project work - not just having folders for them as this doesn't help when searching or filtering

    3 points