It's that time of the week for our collection of UI/UX designs to boost your UI inspiration. We are focusing on cool animations, layout designs, UX thinking and more. We are mixing it all from static, dynamic and even live prototypes, this might be a great weekly series to bookmark! This week, we are kicking it off with a Workout App screens designed by Dumnoi Ikechukwu and also a clean UI for Restaurant Finder App by Adam Sokołowski. In this collection we are featuring the work from Arman, Dumnoi Ikechukwu, Justin, Adam Sokołowski and more. More Links For more, check out Dribbble Follow my tweets @aoirostudio Follow my pictures on Instagram via Dribbble Design by Dumnoi Ikechukwu Design by Arman Design by Justin Design by Dumnoi Ikechukwu Design by Adam Sokołowski Design by Dipmal Lakhani Design by Sahil Pandita Design by Daria Krav Design by Templates Design by Peter Hamilton Design by Rob Robertson Design by Daniil Lisnyak Design by Bayzid Khan Design by alaisahabim Design by UXD Technologies Design by Tomi | GraphiXaar Design by Beqa Giorgadze Design by Dumnoi Ikechukwu
Woah our friends from Dribbble just hit one heck of a milestone, 1 Trillion Pixels Dribbbled! Congrats to the whole team and also to the community! It's crazy to think that the co-founders and launched the platform as a side-project. Over the course of the next few years, millions of shots were shared and now part of a daily inspiration for hundred and hundred of designers coming from all over the Globe. Again, congrats to everyone! 1,000,000,000,000 pixels dribbbled In their words For years, we’ve had a counter in our footer counting the number of pixels uploaded. Today that number became one digit longer when we surpassed a big milestone – 1 Trillion Pixels Dribbbled! 🎉 More Links Read more about it on Medium Learn more about Dribbble The Dribbble design community has come a long way… But we’re just getting started. Dribbble is growing faster than ever. Just this last year, Dribbble more than doubled its user base and more than tripled the size of our internal team, allowing us to build even more of the features the community has been asking for. We’re on a mission to build the world’s best platform for designers and creative professionals to gain inspiration, feedback, education, community, and job opportunities. We can’t wait to share with you some of the exciting things we’re building. Most importantly, we are humbled and honored to have become a catalyst for the design community to gain exposure for their work. Most of the Dribbble team comes from a creative background and has a huge affinity for design. We all feel very grateful to support the design community, to provide the network where the world’s top talent share their best work. We intend to continue this tradition of building something our members love — to elevate the profession of design in the community and to the world.
Today is a celebration day! Because of the World Clock, some of you might be welcoming a new day as of now but we are still celebrating here! What are we celebrating? Well it's the International Women's Day! For those who don't know, it's a World gathering celebrating social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. We all know at least that one special woman who is strong, perseverant and at the same time being able to juggle the ups and downs of life whatever it is towards their careers or life choices. I think it's an important day to recognize that force and especially if we take a closer look at our design and tech industry. We decided to celebrate in our own way and put together a collection for this beautiful day. Please enjoy and thank you for doing what you are doing. In this collection we are featuring the work from Anna Rising, Studio–JQ, Jessica Strelioff, Carly Stevens and more. More Links Cover Image by Radostina Georgieva For more, check out Dribbble Follow my tweets @aoirostudio Follow my pictures on Instagram via Dribbble Design by Radostina Georgieva Design by Carlos Rocafort IV Design by Stinvi. Design by Anna Rising Design by Studio–JQ Design by Studio–JQ Design by Kudos Design Design by Kyle Letendre Design by Jessica Strelioff Design by Jacob Etter Design by Carly Stevens Design by Nina Aubert Design by Sail Ho Studio
We had a pretty good response from last week's article about fresh UI/UX interactions. You guys are suggesting we should do this as a weekly thing? Let us know! We would love to get your insights! Let's go again with another collection of UI Inspiration that I've come across on via Dribbble. Happy Friday, let's keep the spark! In this collection we are featuring the work from Virgil Pana, Divan Raj , Leo Leung, UI8 and more. More Links For more, check out Dribbble Follow my tweets @aoirostudio Follow my pictures on Instagram via Dribbble Design by Tintins Design by UI8 Design by Virgil Pana Design by Divan Raj Design by Cosmin Capitanu Design by Virgil Pana Design by ⋈ Sam Thibault ⋈ Design by Gene Ross Design by Divan Raj Design by Leo Leung Design by Tubik Design by Divan Raj
Halloween is around the corner so I decided to collect some really cool dribble shots from halloween. These illustrations are in mini size but they are super cool. Check them out! by Nikita by MUTI by 羊女走召 by Cuberto by Katya Prokofyeva by The Fox And King by Creativedash by Maria Keller by Graham Erwin by Glenn Jones by Den Parukedonos by Artua by Joey Ellis
Last month Google introduced their new visual language called Material Design releasing with it, a very detailed style guide. The new design language has the goal to "create a visual language that synthesizes classic principles of good design with the innovation and possibility of technology and science." After a month it's really cool to see designers experimenting with the new design on Dribbble. In this post we will feature some of our favorite projects implementing the new design language. We challenged ourselves to create a visual language for our users that synthesizes the classic principles of good design with the innovation and possibility of technology and science. This is material design. This spec is a living document that will be updated as we continue to develop the tenets and specifics of material design. - Google
Even thought I'm not a member of Dribbble, I still go there a lot to surf through inspiration and very cool shots all around. I noticed that a lot of people been sending shots of their city or state and it looks amazing, just like a mini postcard. Check it out. If you like to invite me to dribbble, I would really appreciate it! David Hellmann Tyler Galpin Sergio Alvarez Adam Campbell Brandon Charles Dan Cederholm Shawn Johnston Jesse Dodds Rogie Trent Walton Danny Chapman Jeremy Beasley James McDonald Bryan Veloso Marta Dinis Frank Chimero Matej Hrescak Johnny Slocum Matthew Gallagher Evan Stremke
Like everyone say "inspiration is everywhere" and latelly my favorite place to find really good inspiration is Dribbble. It brings in the new idea of little 400x300 pixel shots that are just too good to be truth. Little shots of inspiration can have so many qualities to look at, from shapes, colors, textures, typography, and tons of little details. Dribbble is show and tell for designers, developers and other creatives. Share sneak peeks of your work as “shots” — small screenshots of the designs and applications you’re working on. Here are some shots I hand picked to share with you: High Quality | by Davin Risk Golden Ratio | by Antonio Carusone Fullsteam Promotion | by Sean Baker Help Haiti | by Phil Coffman A Plan for a Floor | by Naz Hamid Logo | by Tim Van Damme Over due for a redesign | by Brian Hoff Very Best Messenger™ Logo & Website | by Travis Fleck iPad Wallpaper | by Trent Walton I'm a very serious person | by Shyama Golden Design Swap Teaser | by Darren Hoyt Yet another... | by Simon Collison Build: Step 4 | by Andy McMillan Talent isn't much without passion | by Shyama Golden Wavy | by Veerle Pieters Updating Posts | by Trent Walton Poetry | by Jason Alejandro Colorful Something | by Ronny-André Bendiksen Gulf War 2010 | by Skylar Hartman Pointer Evolution | by Alan Houser Dribbble 016 | by Mark Weaver MOS DEF | by Kyle Cook Typography Study 02 | by Andy Armstrong Mix Poster | by Anthony Lane CarveMe | by simurai Invitation | by Brent Couchman Poster for Farmers Market | by Tae Jeong Planner | by Luke Lisi Rain or Shine | by Grant Rowles Amber Sand | by Marc Hemeon Site, Version 36, Take 3 | by Philipp Antoni Which ones did you like the most?