Fair enough. ;)
You won't find much enthusiasm for dribbble around here Julian. I for one appreciate your effort to "Posting real shots from real projects solving real problems." Keep on dribbbling and doing what you love.
Thanks! I appreciate all the feedback I can get.
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.
I don't have anything recent, but I plan on posting more: https://dribbble.com/bradenhamm
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.
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.
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?
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.
I strictly post experiments and prototype. NO finish work. Only WIP.
What's your Dribbble Account? I'd love to check it out.