26 comments

  • Jim SilvermanJim Silverman, over 1 year ago

    very fitting that this redesign is 100% focused on visuals and no thought was given to actually improving the experience.

    24 points
  • John Jackson, over 1 year ago

    I actually like the overall vibe. I do wish there were a dark mode. I don't mind having to hover over the images...I feel like this de-clutters some of the UI; if I want more context around an image, I can hover or click into it.

    6 points
    • Ken Em, 1 year ago

      You know hovering doesn't work on touch devices, yes?

      5 points
      • John Jackson, 1 year ago

        Yep, I'm aware. I'm always open to holes be poked in my ideas and beliefs. I can't say I have ever used Dribbble on mobile, though.

        5 points
    • John Williams, 1 year ago

      Clutter wasn't an issue before. Removing the title makes it a slower UX. Some designs are easier to understand with the title next to it. This is just removing shit just to make it look pretty.

      2 points
  • Matt KMatt K, 1 year ago

    The old design was looking dated, but the new design is rather generic. Nothing to distinguish it from 90% of the work there. Colours make it look like it's part of InVision.

    Still doesn't look like it's gone beyond a place to post the same old trends – over-designed form items and meaningless circular graphs with numbers in the middle (counted six on the homepage alone).

    3 points
  • Stefano TirloniStefano Tirloni, over 1 year ago

    New Pinterest?

    3 points
    • wojtek w.wojtek w., 1 year ago

      pretty much. they're doing the hard "paywall" where you need to sign up to browse and soon will probably hire SEO growth hackers to start taking over web searches for everything just like pinterest did.

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      0 points
  • Richard SisonRichard Sison, 1 year ago

    Here's a link to their blog post on the rebrand. Provides a little more context on what was done — I like that we get new profile pages honestly. Dribbble Pro members especially.

    3 points
  • Michael KellyMichael Kelly, 1 year ago

    meh.

    2 points
  • Amazing RandoAmazing Rando, 1 year ago

    I dislike hiding content, so the new listing pages are not satisfactory, since they hide the title.

    2 points
  • John Williams, 1 year ago

    This is taking minimalism too far. I liked reading the title of the thumbnail. It's now slower because you have to hover over the thumbnail.

    2 points
  • Julian Moosbrugger, 1 year ago

    BRING THE TITLES BACK !!!

    1 point
  • Recep KütükRecep Kütük, over 1 year ago

    I'm ok with the hidden titles up to a certain point but the ugly gradient background that appears on hover, definitely ruins some shots..

    1 point
  • LX LavalleeLX Lavallee, 1 year ago

    Sadly, it feels a lot like Sheepism! https://youtu.be/D80v4bDEPQI?t=952

    1 point
  • Seb JachecSeb Jachec, 1 year ago

    That's a lot of white, and no dark mode? Seemingly also lost the ability to change the size of shot thumbnails.

    1 point
    • Brandon Carson, 1 year ago

      Did they ever have dark mode? I gave up waiting on most sites and installed Dark Reader

      1 point
  • Derric Wise, 1 year ago

    The whole idea of hiding your followers is a bit ridiculous and hypocritical. If they are concerned with site hits and how many members they have why should I not be interested in how many likes/followers I have. It really comes off as self-righteous and arrogant if you ask me. The redesign is fine the business messaging sucks. This space for designers is turning into an overpriced recruiting site.

    0 points
  • ChrisArchitec t, 1 year ago

    https://dribbble.com/stories/2020/03/16/a-brand-new-dribbble

    0 points