Dribbblers are combining art + philanthropy to raise funds for recovery efforts in the Philippines, including …
- The Warm + Fuzzies, “people drawing stuff for people who donated money to a good a cause.” Typhoon Relief shot by Justin W. Siddons; other Dribbbling Warm + Fuzzies include James T. Green, Sharlene King, Jana Kinsman, Cassie McDaniel, Caroline Moore, and Missy Titus.
- Nidhi Chanani created Kapatid and is selling prints, with 100 percent of profits to be donated to Oxfam.
- Budicon branding progress by Budi Tanrim
- Things to Do by Dave Foster, to appear on notepads
- VisitBritain.TV design guidelines — layers by Gravita; team included Rosie Manning, Benn Raistrick, and Leigh Taylor
- Warm up elephant by Kirk Wallace; see attachment for process
You Say Good-bye and I Say
- Sass for Web Designers by Dribbble’s Dan Cederholm
- Donut Identification by Alyssa Nassner, available soon in print form
- Danish magazine TÆNK, including Tons of anti-wrinkle cream illustration by Karolis Strautniekas
- Cardinal Chocolates by J Fletcher Design
- EarthRoamers pumped-up RVs, branded by David Jones
- Gifts Workshop, creator of handmade souvenirs, branded by Shamil Karim & Kristina Udovichenko
- English Surprise, a collaborative effort between Christian Ghelardoni and Giovanni Leone, d.b.a. MOKA Interactive. Per Christian, the company aims to help children improve their native language and learn new languages.
- Massively redesigned MINIUSA.com by BEAM Interactive; Ben Whitla creative director for the project
We Like It Hot.
- Tonguespank Spice Company, branded by Ryan Bosse
- Spicy hot chocolate packaging by Brooke Qualman for Southern Sweets
- Hot Stuff from Know Your Flag (Meng Yang)
- Sign for Kunterbunt designed by Jacob Eisinger
- Mr. B’s Luminaries logo by Cody Iddings. The Del Mar, California, business specializes in hand-poured candles.
- Neon “B” by Karli Ingersoll who, with her husband, is opening an all-ages music venue in Spokane, Washington. “I’ve been doing all the design and branding for the business and it’s always been a dream of mine to have Spokane’s best local neon artist bend one of my designs into glass … so I thought this would be the perfect opportunity. We splurged a little to make it happen, but I think it will be totally worth it for the business and I can check it off my bucket list! The neon artist is Ken Yuhasz.”
Where’s Dribbble? Kazakhstan!
- Anton Akhmatov, Almaty: Hello Taxi
- Birzhan Abishev, Almaty: WIP for an event
- Johny Goode (John Beloussov), Atsana: Logo for literature portal
- Facebook pushed Messenger, a free texting app for Android and iPhone. App design by Austin Bales, Ben Langholz, Ryan O’Rourke, and Mac Tyler. Site design by Cameron Ewing and Skyler Vander Molen with video by Nate Salciccioli.
- Charles Patterson and creative agency Harkable are working on a dashboard for Gather, including this groovy loading animation. Gather is a ticketing solution that allows event organizers to register and manage tickets for any type of event.
- Not only does online work platform Podio welcome new employees to its Copenhagen office, it also welcomes their families, via postcard. Posted by Milena Larsen.
People are People, Too
- Samuel Fine, Dribbble community manager, will be speaking at Refresh Boston this Wednesday, Nov. 20 at the Microsoft NERD Center, One Memorial Drive, Cambridge, Massachusetts. His talk, “People are People, Too,” will “explore a new definition for ‘community’ and why treating your community like people is critical for companies and organizations of all shapes and sizes.”
Coaches’ Picks & Project O’ the Day
- Sundial project by Camilo Bejarano
- Tide Sans Released by Kyle Wayne Benson. The update of Kyle’s Tide’s In includes “a wider range of weights, completely new letter drawings, improved spacing and kerning, added smallcaps, a massive set of stylistic alts, and much more.”
- Type Tuesdays by James Blevins, for the blog of the same name
- Vamp Camp, WIP logo for a creative agency by Louis D. Wiyono
- Illustration (WIP) for Mobify’s Christmas card by Andrew Wu
Sofia Bulgaria Nov. 12 Boom! Burgers and Steaks
From organizer Martin Bonov: “We held the second Dribbble meetup in Sofia last night. It was great, we had some nice conversations and tasted the best burgers in town. There was no agenda for the night, we basically introduced ourselves one at a time and from there the conversations just started to build up.” Photo (L-R): Max Pirsky, Martin J Bonov, Svilen, Martin Kastelov, Martina, Kossyo Kokalanov
Washington DC USA Nov. 13 The Ground Floor
From organizer Caroline Woods: “Our meetup went really well! We had three talented dribbblers from the local DC community (Drew Lepp, Jonathan Patalot and Ryan Rich) do 15-minute lightning talks on data visualization, tools of the trade, and progressing web design. We had about 40 in attendance. We can’t wait to host another one!” Thanks to event host Fluencia, an online Spanish-learning tool.
Chicago Illinois USA Nov. 14 Dribbble and Threadless Hangout at Threadless
Several hundred people joined Threadless and Dribbble for a night of hanging out, shooting hoops, drinking, eating, designing (for cash prizes!), mingling, and posing in the photo booth with the Sparkling Yeti. Dan, Rich and Sam thank (Craig, Jake, Jess, Ninna, and Wilson) for their hospitality.
Dublin, Ireland Wed Nov. 20 6:15pm, Against the Grain, 11 Wexford St.
San Francisco, California, USA Dribbble @ Adobe XD Wed Nov. 20, Sold out
Bangalore, India Fri Nov. 22 11am, Hotel Bhagini Palace, #210, 1st Main, A Cross, Domlur 2nd Stage, ESI Hospital Road, Indiranagar
Jakarta, Indonesia Fri Nov. 22 7pm, Anomali Coffee Senopati, No. 19 Kebayoran Baru
Montreal, Canada Tue Nov. 26 6pm, Laika, 4040 St Laurent Blvd
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