I was invited to Dribbble in mid-January by Bryan Veloso. If you haven’t used Dribbble yet (yet, meaning that its supposed to go public soon), its kind of like Twitter for designers. Where Twitter asks the question “What are you doing right now?” with a 140 character limit, Dribbble asks the question “What are you working on right now?” with a 400 x 300 pixel limit for screen shots.
To say the least, I’m in love with the site and find it as my first destination every morning. I’m a little sad to see it opening to the public, as I find its private nature allows people to share things they wouldn’t normally be comfortable posting otherwise.