Introducing An Easier Way to Browse Designspiration

Designspiration is getting many much needed upgrades this month! Many of these features have been previously requested by you. As the updates roll out, I wanted to let you know what has already been released and what is on the way.

Now when browsing on Designspiration you’ll notice continuous scrolling that allows you to view more content, faster. To make sure you don’t lose your place in the page, clicking an image will load the image over the grid instead of loading a new page. Another great aspect to this implementation of continuous scrolling is that if you want to share the page with a friend via your browser’s address bar, you can copy the link directly to this page.

When logging in to your profile one of the first things you’ll notice is that the default feed showing is compiled from people who you follow. While this has already existed on the site, utilizing this feed as your home feed will ensure you see content you’re interested in. The key to making this feed great is following people saving great collections of things. You can find those collections here: http://designspiration.net/welcome/interests/.

Sometimes you need to prevent search engines from listing your page in their search results. Now you can do this! To enable the feature, visit your settings page after logging in.

New features:

• Continuous scrolling (infinite scrolling)
• Inline image viewing
• Hide your profile from search engines
• Deactivate account
• Complete back-end code re-development
• Redesigned bookmarklet tool

Upcoming features:

• Mobile website
• Refreshed design
• Notifications
• Improved search & suggested results

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May 5 2014 Comments

Announcing Open Registration: Create Your Account

Create Your Account on DesignspirationStarting today you can create an account on Designspiration to collect and share design! Here are a couple important details regarding accounts:

  • To maintain quality, uploading images is limited to accounts that have been approved and granted upload privileges.
  • To apply for upload privileges visit your profile settings. Applications are carefully reviewed.
  • Please respect the content rules (no nudity, no self-promotion, no nonsense).

For any assistance or questions, help is always available by emailing Support. That’s it for now, more updates on the way! 

Shelby

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June 17 2013 Comments

Introducing the Designspiration Job Board

Introducing the Designspiration Job BoardThe Designspiration job board is a great way to find new career opportunities in design, development, and other creative industries. The simple design makes it easy to use and to post jobs. The layout is adaptive across a range of devices, giving you the best experience.

For realtime job updates, follow the Designspiration Jobs twitter account and Jobs RSS feedIf you’re an agency or company and have job openings, get started by posting a job

Thank you for using Designspiration!

Shelby

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April 16 2013 Comments

Introducing Collections: A new way to organize

Designspiration Collections
As Designspiration has grown over the last year, it became really clear just how helpful it would be if you could organize great design you find. Well now you can. Starting right now you can create both public and private collections and invite other users to collaborate on them with you.

Collaborative Collections

Create collaborative collections by clicking “Add” at the top of the screen after signing in. Collaborators can be removed by editing the collection.

Private Collections

If you’re working on a personal project, sometimes it’s nice to keep it under wraps. Private Collections will allow you to do this. Even though private collections are viewable to only you or contributors you’ve invited, the same content rules still apply: no nudity, no nonsense. 

Designspiration Create Collection

Follow Specific Collections

With collections comes a new way to follow users and discover new inspiration. You now have the ability to follow a user and all of their collections or choose individual collections to follow, allowing you to control your feed.

Arrange Your Collections

To arrange your collections, click “Arrange” from your profile, then drag to rearrange them. When you’re done, click “Save”.

There are a handful more of updates to be announced so stay tuned. One of which will be a way to organize your old saves.

I hope you enjoy using collections and I look forward to hearing your feedback.
 
— Shelby

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August 22 2012 Comments