14 comments

  • Mike A.Mike A., 10 months ago

    No.

    19 points
  • , 10 months ago

    Every like, follow or just feedback to the work is very much appreciated. Let's start being a community again. I'm happy to connect with you on Dribbble too and provide feedback to your work.

    4 points
  • Thomas Michael SemmlerThomas Michael Semmler, 10 months ago

    fellow Punschkrapferl-Devourer here. I strongly recommend not falling into the trap of wanting to belong to this type of designer. They are not more successful because they have a following. Dribbble following is essentially entirely worthless. Their comments are completely hollow and are only posted in the hopes that other people follow them. 95% of what you see on dribbble is decoration.

    You already have a lovely website, start posting your stuff there or on behance! Also, people here, including me, do not like dribbble-designers, especially those that write "Press L to show some love" and "NiCe CoLoRs!11ty".

    Please don't strive to be popular on dribbble.

    3 points
    • Julian Moosbrugger, 10 months ago

      Hi Thomas, thanks a lot for your feedback. I agree, lots of things happening on Dribbble are hollow. Most people there are focused on promoting themselves, getting more likes or followers to feed their ego. However, I like the idea of sharing work of a project that's still in progress. Whereas on Behance you would post a finished case study. That's also why I find myself using Dribbble for inspiration a lot. Because you can easily search for a specific type of component, page, etc. Even though 75 % of the posts on Dribbble are bullshit. Which makes it a pain some times.

      That's why I want to reach out to the DN community. I want to find more people posting real stuff on Dribbble. I don't think it's 100 % bad. Appreciate your honesty tho.

      0 points
    • Roman TesliukRoman Tesliuk, 9 months ago

      Amen

      0 points
  • Samantha S, 10 months ago

    If you don't have an unsolicited Nike product page redesign and 51 comments about how spectacular your work is, do you even dribbble bro?

    3 points
    • Julian Moosbrugger, 10 months ago

      That sums up everything I hate about Dribbble. That's why I want to find more people on Dribbble who post real projects, where you can actually learn something from.

      0 points
  • Mal SMal S, 10 months ago

    I strictly post experiments and prototype. NO finish work. Only WIP.

    1 point