James Bruton

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Engineering in your bedroom.

Gyroscope Stabilised Monowheel

18 January 2022 @ 6:45 am

Ornithopter Flying Machine Part #3

11 January 2022 @ 6:45 am

openDog V3: How I made it Walk

14 December 2021 @ 6:45 am

Monowheel with Stability Control

7 December 2021 @ 6:45 am

Robot Dog Autonomous Functions

19 November 2021 @ 6:52 pm

How Many Ways Can This Robot Steer?

16 November 2021 @ 6:45 am

Experimental Robot Worm

9 November 2021 @ 6:45 am

1M Subscribers GIVEAWAY!

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A zen guide to CSS via a single form HTML page.


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Icons and labels to backgrounds and patterns.


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Quotes from famous and not so famous people.

Joseph Addison

"A man should always consider how much he has more than he wants."

E. M. Forster

"We must be willing to let go of the life we have planned, so as to have the life that is waiting for us."

Martin Luther King, Jr.

"The quality, not the longevity, of one's life is what is important."

Nicolas Chamfort

"The most wasted day of all is that on which we have not laughed."


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Social sharing for fashion, interiors and more. Must be logged in to view, is it worth it? Hmm you decide. Google/Bing images maybe better. :/


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Social image sharing of the latest fashions and trends.


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romance, romantic, and couples goals image


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fashion, black coat, and blogger image

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aesthetic, fashion, and hair image

Tropical Summer

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Image by Jarbas Jacare

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Photo community powered by creative people worldwide that lets you discover, share, buy and sell photographs.


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Design news, culture, events and resources. A daily must-read for designers world wide.

Items Invented to Make Eating in a Car Easy

19 January 2022 @ 4:00 pm

Eating fast food while sitting in your car is kind of sad, but I still do it. When you're in the middle of nowhere and starving, it's often the only option, with ubiquitous burger joints having COVID-closed dining areas and offering drive-thru only.Unsurprisingly, there's a category of objects designed to ease in-car dining. For starters, this plastic object mates the shape of your cupholder with a French fry container:

The Nasal Ranger: A Tool for Measuring Odors with Precision

19 January 2022 @ 3:00 pm

My college roommate's dad had an unusual and high-paying job: He was blessed with an extraordinary sense of smell, and worked for a major whiskey manufacturer in quality control. His job was to travel to various plants, and use his nose to confirm that each blend would taste exactly like the same blends made at the other plants.Because his nose was his moneymaker, each night he'd suck warm salt water from a Dixie cup up each nostril and spit it out of his mouth. (My roommate told me he'd grown up accustomed to the awful "HHHKKKKK" sound of his dad doing this each night.) Because of this daily salt water regimen, he hadn't had a cold in over 20 years!This invention might've given my roommate's dad a run for his money:

Tattoos for Cars: Japanese Finishing Expert Develops Metal Paint Engraving Technique

19 January 2022 @ 2:00 pm

Automotive finishing expert Takahiko Izawa runs Rohan Izawa Art Design, a car customizer with peerless techniques. Izawa spent over ten years perfecting "IZ METAL," a type of metal paint that he can spray onto a car and actually engrave into.Other finishers can do similar things on small parts of a car, like side mirrors and door handles, that can be chromed and subsequently engraved; however, Izawa eschews this method because it produces a finish that breaks down under UV over time. Izawa's IZ METAL technique, in contrast, not only retains its original finish over time, but al

Local Motors Shuts Down

19 January 2022 @ 1:00 pm

Local Motors, the company that introduced the radical concept of what they called the "co-creation design" of small-batch automobiles, with royalites paid to the designers, has gone out of business.Two years before the emergence of Quirky, a product development platform that also championed co-creation design, Local Motors set up shop in 2007 and began building an online community of designers and design fans. Members submitted automotive designs for the community to vote on for development, and by 2008 they'd chosen their first model: The Rally Fighter, designed by Sangho Kim, who was then a student at Art Center.

A Cleverly Designed Tool (That We Shouldn't Need in the First Place)

18 January 2022 @ 4:00 pm

This has me pretty conflicted. I love a cleverly designed tool, and this one clearly fits the bill, but I am questioning what we are doing as a society that creates the need for this tool.The HydroFlask Flex Strap Customizer was designed to allow you to easily remove the strap on your HydroFlask and replace it with one of a different color. Here's how it works, and you'll see why I call it clever:

Tactile Toy: A Touchable Tamagotchi

18 January 2022 @ 3:00 pm

This strange Japanese amusement device walks the line between innovative and creepy. The Punirines Touchable Digital Pet is, like the original Tamagotchi……a digital pet trapped inside an electronic case. But there's a finger-sized hole in the Punirines' case, so you can insert a digit and "pet" your Punirines. An animation of your finger appears on-screen, and you feel a texture—described as "squishy" in the product copy below—on your fingertip.

Brilliant Design: Tavar, Magnetically-Joined Modular Storage Furniture from Germany

18 January 2022 @ 2:00 pm

German inventor Michael Linden has designed a storage system that it's impossible to outgrow. Called Tavar, it's an easy-to-assemble modular system of panels and connectors that allows you to build an infinite number of rectilinear configurations, and you can integrate doors and drawers too.

Designey Cast Iron Wood Stoves

18 January 2022 @ 1:00 pm

Alba is a Portugese manufacturer of cast iron wood stoves. Although they offer traditional models, like this Metafire Stove…They also have two rather radical departures from the form, by designer Francisco Providência:R2D2 Stove

Engineer Figures Out How to Unload a 400-Pound Pallet From Her Vehicle Without a Forklift

17 January 2022 @ 4:00 pm

Mechanical engineer Amy Qian purchased a cabinet-style SawStop table saw, which was loaded into her Honda Element on a pallet by a forklift at the store. When she got home, she then had to figure out how to get the 400-pound unit safely out of the vehicle—by herself.Qian's clever solution utilizes the built environment, two elements she fabricated herself, two tools she had lying around, and some 2x4s:

A Sofa That Turns Into a Bed, Designed to Fit in a Honda Element

17 January 2022 @ 3:00 pm

Carson Terry, a metal fabricator who goes by the handle Hossly, doesn't mind switching to wood for an interesting project. Mechanical engineer Amy Qian of AmyisMakingStuff designed a simple sofa unit that quickly extends into a bed and is designed to fit inside a Honda Element, and Terry built it:


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What are you working on? Dribbble is show and tell for creatives.

10 powerful quotes about creativity to inspire you this year

19 January 2022 @ 5:00 pm

Whether or not you “do” New Year’s resolutions, January is often a time to take inventory and refresh your life. For many designers, this means overhauling their website, revamping their portfolios, or simply cleaning out old design files. Because it means something different to everyone, the essence of “creativity” is challenging to capture through words. But that doesn’t mean we won’t give you some inspiring fuel for the fire with this article. Keep these quotes in mind as you navigate through the beginnings of a new year! 👩‍💻 Resolved to learn more this year? Enroll in Dribbble’s new 12-week Product Design Course 1. “You can’t do something great by occasionally doing it.” — Hans Bennewitz, Art Director We get it; sometim

The UX Designer’s Guide to Concept Testing

18 January 2022 @ 3:12 pm

When launching a new product or feature, why leave it to chance? To set your product designs up for success, you need to gather customer feedback early on and often. Testing digital products and experiences is crucial for designing better ones. Keep reading to learn how to streamline and improve your design process using concept testing. Plus, learn the tools to help you get started. ✏️ Thanks to our friends at Sprig for sponsoring this blog post! What is concept testing? With more than 25% of revenue and profits directly attributed to new products, according to McKinsey, there’s a lot of pressure on designers to build the right features. This makes launching your company’s products and features a complicated process. Testing your concepts early in the development process increases the odds that your launch will be a success. To succeed in your market, yo

'Stick to what you love' — Type Designer Ricky Rinaldi on Finding Success

13 January 2022 @ 9:00 am

Dribbble & Creative Market have teamed up to launch a new marketplace channel allowing designers like you to find and sell digital goods right on Dribbble! The marketplace channel will also help Dribbble creators with digital assets to sell reach millions of potential customers on Dribbble and Creative Market with one seamless shop owner experience. Today, graphic designer and veteran shop owner Ricky Rinaldi drops by to share his creative journey and top tips for designers who want to earn extra income selling their digital goods. Ricky Rinaldi Ricky Rinaldi Graphic and Type Designer

The 10 biggest design trends you need to know in 2022

11 January 2022 @ 10:00 am

In the past year, trends in innovation and culture have changed more quickly and dramatically than ever before. It’s no surprise, then, that many aspects of design moved in diverse directions. Physical activities like work, education, dating, and shopping have migrated online. The metaverse, a speculative virtual world navigated by our avatars, is moving full steam ahead. (At least brands seem to think so.) The web—and by extension, the way it’s designed—became as much a part of real-life as the physical world. And despite the fact that we know more about the pandemic than before, it’s unlikely that we will return to the “normal” conditions of life and design anytime soon. Certainly not in 2022—it looks like some changes are here to stay. We don’t have a crystal ball to predict how the precarity of our moment will impact web design in the coming year, but we do ha

What's Next For Design? Explore Dribbble's Design Industry Trends Report

10 January 2022 @ 8:00 am

If you’re a design professional, you know that the last two years have significantly changed the course of the design industry at large. To help you better understand where design is headed and what’s next for your career, Dribbble recently surveyed over 13,500 designers around the globe to gather data on design industry trends you should be aware of moving into 2022. Today, we’re thrilled to share the results of Dribbble’s 2021 Design Industry Trends Report in partnership with our friends at EditorX—the collaborative web creation platform for designers and agencies. design industry trends report Get insights

How to get ahead as a creative professional in 2022

7 January 2022 @ 6:00 am

Ready to kick off your most creative year yet? Even if you’re not into New Year’s Resolutions, January has always been a great time to reflect and plan for the year ahead. Use the early weeks of January to reflect on your achievements from the past year, set goals, and plan your upcoming projects. Take time to consider what creative heights you will reach this year: How do you hope to evolve in your career? What skills do you want to improve on? Kick-off the new year with our top tips to help you succeed both creatively and professionally in 2022. Let’s go! ✏️ A big thanks to our friends at Acer’s ConceptD for sponsoring this blog post! 1. Refresh your portfolio After the holidays, many people clean their houses, remove decorations and trees (if applicable), and organize for the year ahead. There’s no reason this yearly ritual shouldn’t include your digital presence. If it’s bee

Diane Pascual on knowing your audience and building a creative empire

17 December 2021 @ 7:00 am

Dribbble & Creative Market have teamed up to launch a new marketplace channel allowing designers like you to find and sell digital goods right on Dribbble! The marketplace channel will also help Dribbble creators with digital assets to sell reach millions of potential customers on Dribbble and Creative Market with one seamless shop owner experience. Today, graphic designer, illustrator, and veteran shop owner Diane Pascual drops by to share her creative journey and top tips for designers who want to earn extra income selling their digital goods. Diane Pascual Diane Pascual Over 10 years of experi

How to Buy a Laptop For Content Creation: A Guide for 2021-2022

16 December 2021 @ 9:00 am

For even for the most tech-savvy artists, choosing your next computer—your next digital canvas—can be a bit nerve-wracking, and rightly so. It’s a big decision! The right laptop enables content creators like you to perform creative tasks faster by accelerating creative apps and dramatically reducing wait times. AI features that handle repetitive tasks are also faster, freeing artists to experiment and invest in honing their skills. Time is money, so whether you’re an inspiring YouTube creator who owes an assignment for university, or a freelance designer rushing to meet a critical deadline, hardware can be the difference between merely getting things done or meeting your creative ambition. In this article, we’ll explain all of the decisions you’ll have to make when buying a laptop for content creation so you can get the best one for your needs and budget. ✏️ Thanks to our friends at NVIDIA for sponsoring this blog post!

Staying creative on-the-go: 3 essential tips for designers

15 December 2021 @ 4:52 pm

Have you ever felt stuck in a creative rut without a fresh idea to offer? As a designer, creativity is required to solve problems and develop products. Managing many projects at once can make it difficult for designers to cultivate the creativity they need. You can wait around for inspiration to strike, or you can get a head start. Learn how to create your best work yet with a mobile-friendly design lifestyle that helps you maximize your creative potential, no matter where you are. ✏️ Thanks to our friends at Acer’s ConceptD for sponsoring this blog post! To help you spark your creativity, here are three key tips for professional designers. 1. Invest in a mobile-friendly workspace designed for you You may have always dreamed of going on the road and working while you travel, but mobile setups are crucial for those who don’t work in a typical

What’s the biggest lesson you’ve learned as a designer?

13 December 2021 @ 6:00 am

Over Dribbble’s past 12 years in the design community, we’ve had the pleasure of interacting with all levels of creative professionals, from hobby illustrators to freelance graphic designers, and specialists of all sorts. Providing a hub for what is quite possibly the broadest range of projects from web to mobile, illustration to UI/UX, graphic design to game design, and user research to product design, our users have a ton of experience. No matter what type of design work you do, check out some common threads and strategies that help some of the best creative professionals continue to succeed and grow. In a recent question on Twitter and Instagram, we asked Dribbble community members: “What’s the biggest lesson you’ve learned as a designer?”