James Bruton

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Engineering in your bedroom.


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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.

George Washington

"Liberty, when it begins to take root, is a plant of rapid growth."


"Only the educated are free."


"Without labor nothing prospers."

Walter Scott

"Success - keeping your mind awake and your desire asleep."


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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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A Clever Redesign of the Scotch Tape Dispenser

12 August 2022 @ 4:00 pm

"Why throw away paper packaging when it can be useful?" asks industrial designer Wyatt Coe, who came up with this concept:"The Scotch Flip dispenser packaging becomes the product itself. Effectively reducing cost and environmental impact, while reinforcing the creative roots of the brand."Coe produced this in Offsite's Real World Sketching class, led by Kelly Custer.

A Water Bottle Concept with On-Board Pill Storage

12 August 2022 @ 3:00 pm

Here's a simple concept for a water bottle with pill storage in the cap, by South Korean industrial design consultancy WM.Assi:

Unusual Tool: A Redesigned Fireman's Hose Clamp

12 August 2022 @ 2:00 pm

This unusual-looking tool is a fireman's hose clamp, also called a Wildland hose clamp, named for its first manufacturer (like "Crescent" wrench).It's used to pinch off the flow of a pressurized hose so that you can change nozzles, or replace the nozzle with a coupling so you can add an extension hose. Here's an example of how it's used (I've cued up the video below to the right moment):I'm not sure how long the tool has been around, but firefighting equipment manufacturer

Durable 3D-Printed Mold Inserts Drastically Cut Bottle Design Costs and Time

12 August 2022 @ 1:00 pm

During my days as a structural package designer, when designing a new bottle, the last step for our department was to produce the CAD drawing of a new design. Then it went over to Engineering, who would tweak our CAD to produce the tooling drawing. Then we were ready to "cut steel," i.e. have the molds made for the blow-molding machine. That last step took months, and cost five figures.That was in the '90s, and today you can have steel cut for a new bottle mold in about 4 weeks. However, Pepsi has figured out how to get that time down to just 48 hours, and with a cost savings of up to $10,000. It's staggering.The way they do it is by not cutting steel at all. Instead they use a universal mold shell, then they 3D-print an insert that goes inside the mold.

The Solar-Powered Beach Umbrella Wants to Make Summer Energy Use More Sustainable

11 August 2022 @ 4:00 pm

Summer is a big, prosperous time for seaside cities, but all that sudden activity and tourism can be a drain on resources. The pace and demands of summer put pressure on a city's energy grid, which can cause rolling blackouts and worsen air quality. Coastal Italians are intimately familiar with this struggle, and this year's record-breaking heat in Europe has only made the problem feel more urgent. Thankfully, resourceful designers and engineers are coming up with exciting solutions, like the solar-powered beach umbrella Parelio. This clever lawn accessory by CRA-Carlo Ratti Associati and the Italian dessert company Sammontana converts leisurely outdoor scenes into sustainable ener

With Trucking in Decline, Optimus Prime Takes New Job as Canon Camera

11 August 2022 @ 4:00 pm

Japanese toymaker Takara Tomy now makes an Optimus Prime that transforms into a working Canon EOS R5 mirrorless camera. He is opposed by the Decepticon known as

Using Balloons to Suspend an Ultra-Long, Moving Pesticide Hose

11 August 2022 @ 3:00 pm

As Chinese news organization CGTN reports, creative farmers in Jiangsu Province have been using hydrogen-filled balloons to spray pesticides since at least 2018. The practice involves suspending a hose all the way across a paddy, with workers in vehicles on either side providing the forward motion. This obviates the need to leave clear tire lanes for a vehicle to drive through the field. Here's what it looks like:Below, this video clip from 2017 also shows the practice. You will be horrified, but perhaps not surprised, to see that the smiling worker holding the line has no respiratory protection at all:

ConstructLab's Universal Connector to Combat Single-Use Wood

11 August 2022 @ 2:00 pm

Broei is a Belgian youth organization that offers workshop space and six-month residencies in the Castle of Gerald the Devil, a 13th-century Gothic castle in Ghent.ConstructLab, an architecture-based creative collective that describes themselves as a "collaborative construction practice," assisted Broei by "initiating modular pioneering structures that make it possible for

Shockingly Convincing Plastic Lawn Alternatives

11 August 2022 @ 1:00 pm

Something I never had to deal with in the city: Mowing the lawn. Here on the farm I'm responsible for keeping multiple acres of grass cut. It's time-consuming, the machinery is eye-wateringly expensive and it's hard on the body; after just an hour on the zero-turn, my fingers are numb and tingly, like I've been using a palm sander all day.While I'd never consider this as an option, there are plastic lawn alternatives, and I'm surprised at how good they look in a residential setting. This company manufactures, sells and installs artificial turf that people have replaced their yards with.

Great Industrial Design Student Work: Finding an "Outlet" for Bone Waste

10 August 2022 @ 4:00 pm

Elos is a project by Souhaïb Ghanmi, in his final year as an industrial design student at Switzerland's ECAL. Ghanmi started by identifying a ready source of materials:"In the meat industry in Switzerland, there are more than 230,000 tonnes of waste each year from slaughterhouses. I am looking into the recycling of agro-food waste, in particular bones, which pollute by their disintegration, and thus use the maximum of the animal. Bone is, for me, a forgotten and untapped material despite its many properties.""Elos is a range of switches and sockets using bone meal for its electrical i


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

Make yourself at home: Creative real estate branding to inspire you

11 August 2022 @ 8:00 am

Olivia Hoskin Olivia Hoskin Writer & Design Enthusiast A roof and four walls have never looked more inviting. It’s not easy to instill trust through real estate branding today, but these graphic designers have found ways to do it through creative logo designs, trustworthy typography, and comforting color palettes. Get inspired by a collection of creative real estate logos and brand identity designs. Discover how to make your next real estate project stand out from the crowd! ■

Blockchain for a better planet: Meet the first high-performance, carbon-negative blockchain

9 August 2022 @ 11:00 am

No matter your level of expertise in blockchain or Web3, carbon neutral and net-zero operations are a must in today’s world. As the industry leader in sustainable innovation, Algorand is proud to be the greenest high-performance blockchain. In fact, it’s the world’s first open-source blockchain network that is carbon negative. ✏️ Thanks to our friends at Algorand for sponsoring this blog post! Why blockchain sustainability matters As blockchain technology becomes more mainstream, eco-friendly development is essential to mitigate the impacts of blockchains on the climate. Those familiar with blockchains are aware of the sustainability issues and know that energy consumption is one of its underlying problems. Hundreds of megawatts of energy are used and needed by the high-speed computing

When to go with your assumptions vs. when to test (7 questions designers should ask)

3 August 2022 @ 10:00 am

Research and testing make designs better. You might have seen this play out first hand, by running your own tests before iterating on concepts or working with user researchers to design a new feature. You may have relied on user research to improve ease of use, reduce friction, and identify changes to include in your next design sprint. And that’s because user research leads to more efficient, informed design initiatives. But we have a secret. Sometimes…research isn’t always necessary. That doesn’t mean you should start going into every UX design project blindly, but there are times when you don’t need to dot every “i” and cross every “t”. As always, prioritization is critical. You know you don’t have endless time to test your designs. You need to assess what needs to be tested right now, what can wait, and what can move forward without testing. ✏️ Thanks to our friends at

Meet Tiffany Yeh, Dribbble Graduate and Visual Designer at Fannie Mae

31 July 2022 @ 5:00 pm

With a background in marketing and graphic design, Tiffany Yeh is eager to grow her new career in Product Design. Having just graduated from Dribbble’s Certified Product Design Course, Tiffany joins us today to share her experience and offer advice to budding product designers. Tiffany Yeh Tiffany Yeh UX/UI Designer, Sr. Associate @ Capital One Portfolio: https://tiffanyayeh.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tiffanyayeh/ Tell us about your background. Do y

Get inspired: Muted color palettes that speak volumes

28 July 2022 @ 7:00 am

Olivia Hoskin Olivia Hoskin Writer & Design Enthusiast Muted colors in design can help your audiences enjoy a new peace of mind that emanates from low saturation or chroma — just like the color palettes in this collection. Quite literally the “opposite of saturated” these designs are subtly elegant. As vivid colors of our past are slowly replaced with harmonious combinations of green, orange, beige, and other shades of “calm” we can enjoy feelings of safety, familiarity, and nurture. Muted color palettes bring a modern and genuine look and feel to any design project. Perfect for a conscious product or brand, muted colors can be added to anything from packaging t

Revamping your portfolio? Here are 3 design trends to inspire you

26 July 2022 @ 3:56 pm

This article was written by Lilly Smith. Header illustration by Eliran Vahdi and Anita Goldstein. We’re already halfway through 2022, and it’s time for a mid-year temp check. What are the biggest design trends to splash across our screens so far? Editor X, the advanced web design platform that allows freelancers and agencies to create responsive websites for clients, has released its new mid-year trend report, which highlights seven of the biggest digital design trends of the year. Here, we’ve pulled the top three trends graphic and web designers need to know. ✏️ Thanks to our friends at Editor X for sponsoring this blog post! 1. Web kitsch Fashion and web design are colliding, aesthetical

Pixel me this: Get inspired by 8-bit and pixel art at its best

22 July 2022 @ 6:00 am

Olivia Hoskin Olivia Hoskin Writer & Design Enthusiast Move aside, Pacman; there’s a new pixel in town. The pixel art in this collection is nothing short of masterful. Who knew such beauty could come from these “picture elements” of programmable color. What was once reserved for 8-bit video games like Zelda and Mario Bros has evolved into NFTs worth millions of dollars. Crypto Punks, beware. These pixels are out of this world! ■

5 ways to get your design work used across the organization

21 July 2022 @ 9:00 am

✏️ This article was written by Nate Holmes and sponsored by our friends at Widen, an Acquia company A lot goes into creative work. Sure, there’s the actual time a designer spends designing. But there’s also time spent concepting, aligning with business goals, gaining approval, and so much more. If the output ends up being a single-use design, it means you’re likely not getting as much out of your efforts as you could be. Using creative work in multiple ways accelerates workflows by giving teams access to approved, high-quality content. Finding ways to make your design work available for other teams to use, reuse, and repurpose creates endless opportunities to get more value from your creative investment. Using creative work in multiple ways reduces time spent on overlapping efforts, frees up designers to focus on more meaningful projects, and accelerates

Meet Serina Murphy, Dribbble Graduate and UI/UX Designer at Fear Free

18 July 2022 @ 7:00 am

With a background in tech advertising and occupational therapy, Serina Murphy is eager to grow her career in Product Design. Having just graduated from Dribbble’s Certified Product Design Course, Serina joins us today to share her experience and offer advice to budding product designers. Serina Murphy Serina Murphy My name is Serina Murphy and I’m currently a UI/UX Designer at Fear Free. Tell us about your background and experience with design. After spending a decade of proven su

5 common UI design mistakes to avoid as a beginner

11 July 2022 @ 7:00 am

Olivia Hoskin Olivia Hoskin Writer & Design Enthusiast Great UI design can mean the difference between a successful digital product and a mediocre one. But if you’re new to UI design, how can you ensure that you’re following the right steps in your process to set your designs up for success? Whether you’re looking to learn UI design from scratch or build upon your existing skills, study up on the most common mistakes new UI designers make and how to avoid them. Mistake 1: Lack of proper research When it comes to the design process, research