• Dani ReuvenDani Reuven, 7 years ago (edited 7 years ago )

    Both extremely useful. Try to be more specific about what you do, Product design ? if so, is it web, mobile or both... ? maybe you're a print designer who looks for visual inspiration as it is ...

    I agree with the "dribbblisation" issue everyone is talking about:

    http://insideintercom.io/the-dribbblisation-of-design/

    BUT Dribbble is very useful for me, even if you won't see any real final & usable solutions, you'll always can get partially inspired and implement to different parts of your project.

    As a UI/UX Designer I never looking for the full solutions, always very specific things that I currently need, and from there i build my own solution based on multiple very good ideas i've been inspired from. Full solutions / products are reviewed as well but earlier on the research stage.

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