There seems to be many ways to save and keep design inspiration. How do you do it? Ember, Sparkbox, Pinterest, Dribbble or not at all? Is it something that you do in general? Or before a project?
For general things I find out in the wild, Pinterest. For specific projects, I like Icebergs.com, which is basically a non-social Pinterest for creatives/teams.
I've been using Pinterest to collect things I find inspiring, but in terms of what I find in the wild, I use a combination of Dribbble, Designspiration, nice.co, panda and other design aggregating services.
I use Inboard
I uses icebergs.com and since few days, i try inboardapp.com
inboard looks great! Dribbble import!
I've tried almost everyone. Icebergs was a great one, but I settle with (Kippt)[kippt.com].
I collect things with Dragdis and works pretty fine.
I've got a few things running:
I use my likes and buckets on Dribbble to collect designs I use Kippt to collect tools I use Pinboard to collect articles
@Murat ... Going places is one thing, I am more curious as to how you collect it for projects. Referring more to design elements and components than articles. Do you save things in an app, or save to a folder on your Mac?
I have a Dropbox folder full of goodies :)