The Best of Dribbble
7 most popular Dribbble articles, as voted by our community.
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Dribbble on Creative Burnout
5 healthy habits you need to manage creative burnout in 2021
With burnout on the rise, it's more important than ever for creative professionals to learn how to manage it. Here are 5 healthy habits you can start implementing now to help you beat burnout once and…
Dribbble on Design
21 Must-Have Tools for Graphic Designers in 2020
Shared by 407, including Ines Bieler, Niklaus Gerber, Brandon Uttley, luis antónio santos, Marius Bleuer
I studied the fonts of the top 1000 websites. Here's what I learned.
A design-curious data scientist crawled the top 1000 websites to analyze their font selections. Here are the fascinating results and how you can use them to guide your web design decisions.
«The median depth of the font-family stack is 4: one primary font and three backup fonts.»
Dribbble on Entrepreneurship
What I Learned Co-Founding Dribbble
After 10+ years, our co-founder Dan Cederholm is hanging up the pink hi-tops. Read on to hear Dan reflect on all of the learnings from his experience co-founding Dribbble and what's next for him.
Dribbble on Freelancing
A freelancer's checklist for building a strong personal website
A checklist of the most important elements to include in your personal website as a freelance creative, plus how to curate your site so you get hired.
A freelancer's guide to crafting effective project proposals
How often have you approached freelance projects only to end up overworked and under-budget? In this guide, learn how to craft an effective project proposal that improves the outcome of your efforts.…
Dribbble on Team Building
9 commandments of building a strong remote team culture
Founder of Indiez.io joins us to share the pillars of building a great remote team culture based on his own trials and errors scaling a fully remote team.
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