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Away Game: Frrst vs. Dribbble

Next game up is against Frrst.

Another major competitor to Dribbble, Frrst also has the same recruiting requirement in order for members to share their work. 136 more words


Responses for 'Are Crowdsourcing Design Sites Killing Freelance?'

As a graphic designer, I have found it is highly important to be a part of online communities that you can collaborate with and learn from. 88 more words

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Developer Network Forrst Acquired Again, This Time by Design Company ZURB

Forrst, a developer network that came out of the 500startups accelerator, announced today that it has been acquired by ZURB, a 15-year-old community for product designers to help companies do design work. 324 more words


ZURB Acquires Design Community Forrst From Colourlovers

Product design company ZURB just announced that it has acquired Forrst, the 500startups alumni Colourlovers acquired for an undisclosed amount in March 2012. Forrst aims to be a design community for “sharing work and inspiration, getting valuable and constructive feedback and ultimately getting better at your craft.” The terms of today’s acquisition were not disclosed. 449 more words


Design Community Colourlovers Acquires Forrst

The 500 Startups-backed dev and design community Forrst has been acquired by Colourlovers, a similarly-focused creative design community. This is the second site from Forrst founder Kyle Bragger which is coming to a close – his online marketplace  402 more words


TinyProj Shuts Down, Users Sent To TechStars Grad GroupTalent Instead

TinyProj, a project marketplace started by Forrst founder Kyle Bragger is shutting down.  All 8,300 of the service’s registered developers and designers who used the site to find project-based work will now be transitioned over to… 277 more words


Three things I've realized after joining Twitter.

I’ve just recently started getting involved at a higher level with web development and the tech world, and I’m quickly finding that not having a Twitter page in the tech world is like checking the basement in a horror movie. 641 more words