Be nice. Or else.
for comparison: https://www.android.com/switch/
this would be chaos if all folders in the grid had this effect.
.xxx tld is a great way to get blocked by even the most lenient workplace firewall.
this is a good idea for people who don't need or want money.
i think i like Outline better? it's very slightly more tedious to use, but it gets around paywalls. even the Wall Street Journal's somehow. and the ability to share the readable article is very nice.
strange framing, but i guess shutting it all down and starting from scratch with no clear direction is a pretty big "change"
Earlier this year I applied and interviewed for a graphic design internship at Apple Music (an opportunity of a lifetime), and was turned down with a very kind letter stating that although they liked my work, they wanted to see more growth and training.
strangest reason to reject an intern.
I'm not sure in what way it's Dribbble's responsibility to rectify anything here?
While there's obviously some sour grapes at play, I think the larger point is that Dribbble is a pretty bad product for lead gen if you aren't top dog. With the recent acquisition of Crew — who stated "our goal has always been to build a platform that changes the lives and trajectory for freelancers and makes hiring great people easier than ever" — it would appear that getting designers hired is a top priority for Dribbble's new owners.
I think it's fair and constructive to ask the questions posed here.