Be nice. Or else.
Based on the nature of your question, I think dribbble.com is fine for you.
If you want to really boost your creativity then you have to expand your POV. Design magazines are BS and the last thing to take seriously or even read.
Being creative is about connecting dots, the more dots you know the more creative you're.
It's great. Only for a few super VIP Sketch users like me though.
No problem, I have one...
You have no idea!
Even though there are some nice bits in the article, this part:
In this case, for practical reasons, I’m only taking into account my feedback. It’s not ideal, but let’s say that for the purpose of this exercise, it’s just OK, because I don’t have a team to do it right.
Discredits whatever comes after and reads like a contradictory word salad.
Nobody cares what you think is broken FOR YOU, really. Everybody has an opinion and in their opinion it's the best opinion. So if it's an exercise, cool, keep it to yourself, learn from it and improve, don't seek attention and likes — that makes it something else which it isn't
Also, I absolutely hate custom UI elements in macOS apps.
Nope, it's crap.