10 Epic Dribbblers That You Should Be Following
The quality of work on dribbble is amazing. It’s an great source for inspiration, finding talent and connecting with other designers. I’ve spent quite some time on dribbble lately and wanted to share some of the awesome talent I have found. Here are 10 amazing designers I have had the pleasure of stumbling across:
Hillary has a unique and light hearted design style which I really dig. She uses a lot of bright colors and textures to really bring a fun vintage feel to her work. She is currently a designer at TinyCo and recently launched her new website.
Kerem is an excellent designer with knack for clean UI design and use of whitespace. He has done a good deal of both mobile and web work which is all pretty much outstanding. He has also recently launched a new website.
I was pretty much forced to follow Tomas after discovering his profile on Dribbble. He employs a wide range of design styles, mad attention to detail, and a strangle-hold on color palettes. Checkout his personal portfolio to see more.
I’ve always loved fantasy style web art so Lunaris naturally stood out to me. His designs are uber detailed and indicate a very strong command of both design and software.
Head over to Larry’s profile and you will see some great use of color along with a firm understanding of UI design, depth and spacing. His versatility as a designer makes him an immediate stand out.
What I love about Daniel is that his interfaces and logos all have a common theme of cleanliness and simplicity. Many of his designs also have that touch of texture and pinch of vintage. I highly recommend following him on Twitter.
Eric Hoffman is kind of a UI badass. Head over to his profile and checkout some of his mobile work. You won’t be disappointed. I also recommend checking out his website.
Rayz isn’t afraid of color. Checkout his profile for a landslide of color and creativity. His logos are outstanding and his presentation is great. I also recommend checking out Rayz on Behance.
All I can say about Tanya is wow. This girl is an artist first and foremost and it shows in her designs. I highly recommend following her on Dribbble. Need help on a new game? Well you’re in luck because Tanya is a freelance designer. I highly recommend hiring her!
I chose Riley for his amazing grasp of typography and vintage style design. Clicking through his profile is like stepping back in time. He has a ton of shots to look through, each one bawler so I definitely recommend checking him out!