I'm curious to learn more about your inspiration for uijar. On Dribbble I can like and bucket things by group/categories of my choice, what use cases would I want to use uijar vs. the native functionality of dribbble?
Hey David, it was never meant to replace Dribbble, I love dribbble, here I try to curate real life projects or ideas that can be applied too. Ps, I started this to learn RubyonRails and released just for fun really. I wrote more about it at https://www.producthunt.com/posts/ui-jar#comment-558801
Hi, I'd like to help you in UX/UI if you are looking for it.
Thanks mate! Currently it is just a fun side project. I will get in touch if it come to the point of needing help. ✌️