I had a quick scroll through.. I don't really see the point?.. If I'm using dribbble as a resource to find ideas for mobile design, I usually search for semi-specific mobile patterns, example: "mobile checkout ui" or "mobile profile"...
What do you use this bucket for? If it's for good ideas, if so, maybe be a bit more selective, and have 50 great mobile designs?
Even tough there are various patterns and UIs, you can use this to find better visual representations for already discovered solutions. For example you might get an idea about a calendar while seeing a timeline ( might not be the best example, but I think you'll get the point ).
I kind of don't get the point.. sorry.. Wouldn't searching for "ios mobile app ui" (or a variation of that) get the same kind of result? Only you would be able to refine it by adding more terms to the search, it would constantly be updated with new designs, it wouldn't be curated by one person, and it wouldn't require me to bookmark your account when I want to look at mobile UI on dribbble...
I guess I feel like this post is aimed at getting more value to you personally than the people seeing it on DN. (getting a few more dribbble followers)...
I just want to share my collections with the community, if you don't find it useful please ignore it. I don't have any other intent than to provide a curated collection of Dribbble shots for inspiration.
I also don't know why this bothers people so much. I have no promoted content, no books to sell, no nothing.
I think in general when people see a dribbble link on DN they seem to treat it with suspicion. Most of the time it just feels like those posting dribbble content are attempting to get some exposure (more followers) and not really contributing anything of true value to the DN community.
This sort of annoys people, most likely because they don't want this community to turn into a clickbait style follower-fishing forum.
because this is what I get when I search "ios app mobile ui"
Dated and irrelevant shots. Why not go to recent? Because then the content is just by who posted recently. And most of that is crap. If I could search most popular this month/year etc it'd be different
"or a variation of that"
I just spent less than a minute looking through this search and found plenty of mobile examples. This method will update wth new examples over time as well, without needing to wait on OP to curate his bucket.
I agree that filtering would be great.
Doesn't matter. Same premise applies. You have to sift through mountains of crap.
Enjoy sifting through someone else's idea of good design :)
My suggested method allows you to change the search term, and effectively filter things at least a bit. And doesn't require you to wait on someone else to update it. The whole idea of following someone else's catch all generic bucket is just a bit silly.
Yeah I will. If someone has a collection of nice UI, i'll spend a few minutes having a look. If it matches my taste, I might see something worth seeing. I think you're overthinking it. It's just a collection of images someone wanted to share. Isn't the end of the world.
Not overthinking it - just don't agree with you :)
Well alright then :)
Thanks again Emanuele. For taking the time to share something you thought would be useful to other people.
You're the hero this forum deserves mate ;)
Not sure if that's a satirical "Nice!" as a stab at a dribbble link, or if you are being genuine :)
Ha. Being genuine. Lots of nice stuff in there dude
I don't really see the point because it's so general - why wouldn't I just type 'mobile' in Dribbble's search bar or just bookmark https://dribbble.com/search?q=mobile
I was doing something similar, but I wanted to only collect the screen, not the extra fluff. I ended up stopping even though my Pinterest page started seeing a lot of traffic. I think there are about 1600 pins on the board right now.
Nice stuff Emi.