Much of the success of a design or product relies on a designer’s ability to be creative and innovative. This can put a lot of pressure on professionals. But they’re only human, and even the most inspired designers and engineers can hit roadblocks where their creativity just isn’t at its best.
One of the best ways to spark your creativity is to leverage the resources you already have. Luckily, there’s a whole world of inspiration at your fingertips on the internet. We’ve highlighted seven websites you should bookmark now if you want to trigger new ideas.
Dribbble.com is an online community for designers that features different designs and illustrations for inspiration. On Dribbble, visitors can upload any type of artwork or design, including 3D designs, logos, rebranding projects, architecture, typography and more. Users can also create profiles or team pages to promote their own work.
Uploading projects can also help designers get hired via Dribbble. Companies can identify their criteria for designers seeking work by searching tags like web design, animation, 3D design and more.
2. Web Urbanist
For cutting edge art, design and architectural inspiration, CAD pros and engineers should subscribe to WebUrbanist.com. WebUrbanist is a digital magazine that curates stories on architecture, technology, travel, design and more, and includes photos, videos and GIFs to show readers the step-by-step design process for each story’s subject.Read More