Why I changed my stance on Dribbble(makerscabin.com)

over 8 years ago from Paul Scrivens, Chief Head MakersCabin.com

  • Dominic SebastianDominic Sebastian, over 8 years ago

    I think it's usually because it provides a very shallow conversation around design, and because the feedback is rarely constructive (although very very supportive) the perception is that the work all looks the same.

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    • Adam WAdam W, over 8 years ago

      This true. Dribbble is generally not a great place to seek critical feedback. The best feedback scenario seems to be posting iterations in the form of a Gif slideshow or rebounding your previous shot — even then the feedback is very direct in the form of "pick A" or "i like B"

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