Sourcing on Lesser Known Sites: Dribbble

Dribbble is a site that is designed to be a community of designers, developers and such answer questions. People on this site might be; developers, web designers, graphic designers, Icon Artists, Typographers and much more. The people you might find here will also have small screenshots of their work. Of course sourcing within this site is what we really want and need. Of course there is a search filed within dribble, however I Can tell you if you use it and do too much sourcing you will get blocked.  To do this without worry you need go no further than into your bag of tricks and pull out an old try and true tool, called x-raying. 

So to source within Dribbble you simply need to create an x-ray string, like the one below. 

site:dribbble.com developer java

 If you run the above in google you will get the results below

When you click on these links sometimes you get their Dribbble profile, sometimes it is a direct link to their linkedin Profile, personnel web page etc. However no matter what happens there is a way to see what they can do, and more importantly contact them

 

Of course you can be more specific and add in more, but you get the idea. If you need more info on X-raying see my blog post titled ”http://www.recruitingblogs.com/profiles/blogs/seeing-what-is-really...

 

Next week we will talk about Vizify

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