After stepping down from my role as one of the co-founders of Dribbble, I took some time to reflect on the twenty most important things I’d picked up during the decade I spent developing a community for creative types. These ideas are compiled in an entertaining small hardcover book, Twenty Bits I Learned About Design, Business, and Community. The book also includes some drawings that may be considered creative.
The book reminds me of a “mini-memoir with mid-century aesthetics,” which is how I prefer to think of it. Bring a copy with you on your next trip, and you will be able to obtain some valuable ideas from a designer who became an accidental entrepreneur, as well as critical lessons learned along the road. Key conclusions are simple to understand for creative company executives, community organizers, and designers.