Weekly Replay

May 5, 2014


  • image London-based property management/development company Places for People commissioned illustrator Rod Hunt “to create an illustration to explain the group structure of the business to new recruits to improve the staff induction programme.”

User Friendly

  • imageH2H sidebar by Bady, part of an in-progress app that encourages people to help one another for free
  • image Slide menu screen of Darius Dan's next UI app template

Happy Harley High Life

  • imageTo celebrate the concurrent 111th birthdays of Miller High Life and Harley Davidson, the parent companies launched a joint five-design limited-edition series of cans last week. Three of the five designers are Dribbblers: Derrick Castle (his can featured to the left), Jon Contino, and Brandon Rike.

Kickstart Me Up

  • image What Comes Next Is The Future, a “definitive documentary about the web, as told by the people who build it each day”; from graphic designer and letterpress printer Matt Braun and designer Matt Griffin of Bearded



Without You, We’d Never Know About …

  • image The Brewer’s Star. Traditionally, European and, later, American brewers put a six-pointed star on their keg ends. The origins of its use aren’t known, but the hexagram has been associated with beer since the 14th century. The points are often interpreted to represent six aspects of brewing: water, hops, grain, malt, yeast, and the brewer. While exploring branding options for Kinfolk Brewery, Brian Steely created a potential mark by combining the brewer’s star with a banjo.

Tying Your Knot

Lemon Tree Very Pretty


  • image Boutique wine Black Jack branded by DIA Studio. “The logo type rifs off of the idea that playing cards are flippable and the A and J are called out in red representing the perfect hand in Black Jack.”
  • image Sean Heisler is testing out some type treatments for this mark.


Where’s Dribbble? Lublin, Poland!

Badass Lady Creatives

  • imageJoining the roster at Badass Lady Creatives: Sam Kapila, designer, professor at Texas State University, host of both the ATX Web Show and the Non-Breaking Space podcasts. To the left: Paleo Pit, WIP.


  • image abdoc launched Avocode, “a bridge between designers and developers. Preview/Inspect any PSD. Get CSS, SVG, Images, fonts colors.” Posted by David Stefanides.
  • image Cuberto offered a UI-peek from one of its apps-in-progress.
  • image Flickr released new versions for iPhone, iPod Touch and Android; posted by Gabriele Angeline.
  • image Truth Labs is working on a stats dashboard for a Chicago startup; posted by Creative Director and Co-Founder Erik Klimczack.

Coaches’ Picks

Since Last Week

  1. New_notifications
  2. Something you might like.
  3. LA Dribbble Meetup @ General Assembly

Patrick introduced new notification options, Tristan sneak-peeked a little API, and LA designer Daniel Archer wrapped up a ramped-up Meetup.

Meetup Wrap-up

Sunnyvale, California, Wednesday, April 30

More than 300 of you turned out and up at Yahoo HQ for our Meetup. In addition to hoops, drinks and mingling, the event featured a great set of speakers: ShopSavvy Creative Director Jeff Broderick, Flickr design lead Andy Law, Facebook designer Danny Jones, and Palantir designer Nick Slater. Dan was stoked to meet so many happy Dribbblers, and enjoyed chatting about our in-the-works API, Yahoo’s design mojo, and where he goes to find great designers. (“There’s a site called Dribbble … .”)

Thanks to Meetup host Yahoo and our global Meetup sponsor Shopify. Thanks to everyone who came out — attendees and speakers. Thanks to the Yahoo Design Team, including Creative Director Shali Nguyen. Thank you to Travis Neilson of DevTips for the amazing video. For pictures, check out the Meetup’s Flickr stream.


Thanks to our global Meetup sponsor Shopify.

  • Dribbble Meetup - May 8th (Toronto)Toronto, Ontario, Canada
    Thursday, May 8, 7 p.m., Playground Inc., 119 Spadina Ave.
  • Mumbai, India
    Friday, May 9, 5 p.m., Codigami HQ, 1207 Real Tech Park, Vashi. RSVP.
  • Sacramento Dribbble Meetup At LowbrauSacramento, California
    Monday, May 12, 7 p.m., Lowbrau, The MARRS Building, 1050 20th. Sponsored by Dribbble, Lowbrau, and Shopify. RSVP.
  • Dallas, Texas
    Tuesday, May 13, 7 p.m., location TBD. RSVP.
  • Charleston, South Carolina, USA
    Thursday, May 15, 6 p.m., {e} house studio. RSVP.
  • Longon, UK
    Friday, May 16, 7 p.m., Badoo, Medius House, 2 Sheraton Street. BBQ & Beers. Must register in advance.
  • De Pere, Wisconsin
    Tuesday, May 20, 7 p.m., location TBD. RSVP.
  • Moscow, Russia
    Saturday, May 24, 11 a.m., Mail.ru, Leningradsky prospekt 39, corp. 79. Facebook page. RSVP.

Have a shot you’d like considered for Replay? Send the link to susanna@dribbble.com.

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