I'm trying to search for an alternative to Pinterest. I'm looking for something more visual to create mood boards without all the noise. I've looked at Dropmark which is closer to what I'm looking for but curious if there are others.
Raindrop is perfect for that ✌️
Thank you for sharing Volodymyr,
I am the co-founder of Bazaar. The platform is still in beta so we are limiting invitations, but 40 invitations are available here: https://bazaar.co/u/helloDesignerNews
Would love to hear your feedback
Couldn't sign up with Twitter or email on Safari. Just sat there spinning.
Thank you Dustin,
It happened because the 40 invitation codes have been used. We've just improved the error message.
Hey, Jacob! Small world...
Savee.it is really good, as others have said.
I often use https://www.designspiration.net - it allows you to search by colours too
Savee.it is pretty good.
You can import from Pinterest and supports drag and drop uploads.
It’s fairly new and lacks a big community but it shows promise.
We just released this!
I've used Niice.co and have enjoyed it.
Welcome to have a try on Eagle.app! https://en.eagle.cool/macOS
Eagle looks interesting, but no file system support? What's the deal with that?
Invision has a tool called Boards. https://www.invisionapp.com/blog/boards-share-design-inspiration-assets/
Savee.it is really good!
You might want to try Keen. It has recently been created by Google and is a rival for Pinterest.If you still looking for Pinterest alternatives, here are some more websites to share your work https://missmv.com/top-pinterest-alternatives-to-share-your-artwork-2/
Check out niice.co
For creating mood boards I using Figma! Sure, check it out. Also niice.co great one.
check out Moodily
Realtimeboard is great for me. What I like is that you can crop the images and select whatever you want to focus on. It's easy to resize them and move them around. I don't think they have a web-clipper though.
Curious what you mean specifically by "noise". I know on the main feed there are ads and the like, but I find my profile to be quite easy to organize and generally feels very visually clean and satisfying compared to other options. That's my opinion though, as is the case with visual / graphic design, it's subjective.
I use Keynote. It's obviously more of a manual solution, but gives me a lot of control. I don't worry about tagging or searching. I cluster related things and create a new page as needed.
InVision's boards is a good alternative but I'm curious to see what others use too.
On a related note... Has anyone found a replacement for Ember by Realmac Software? Is iPhoto/Picasa a good way to manage mood boards on your local machine?
I've been using Pixave to replace Ember. It's been a decent replacement so far. Doesn't have all of the same features, but for grabbing/saving images, it's been pretty good. http://www.littlehj.com/mac/