Dribbble is design community. It can be a wonderful source of inspiration.
However [Dribbble isn’t a place for critique](http://davidnbrooks.com/journal/dribbble-and-criticism). So don’t expect people to give you interesting feedback on your work, in most cases it won’t happen. I guess it’s great if you want positive feedbacks to flatter your ego.
I receive constructive feedback from those I keep in close contact with so I don’t have an issue on that part.
It’s hardly go any further than “Whoa, amazing! Love the details.”.
Ha. I see a lot of comments such as “Fresh!” or “Sick!”. However, it appears those who put forth an effort into commenting, receives the same. Just look at Claire Coullon’s shots (http://dribbble.com/op45). Then again, it all depends on who takes critique negatively rather than constructively. Granted that there are the occasional individuals who try to bring others down with unnecessary comments.
Thanks for all the feedback – I can definitely see how it can become a source for people to just rip off work. Good discussion :)
I think I’ll throw my self into the mix and see if I get drafted :P It does sounds like a neat place to get more inspiration and bounce ideas around. I don’t work in a shop, so feedback is pretty important just so I know I’m not in a vacuum :P
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