[Giveaway] Two Dribbble Invites For Designers [Closed]


Dribbble invites are rare, and so they should be as the site is only for the best designers. Any bad designers are simply ignored.

The Dribbble community is all about showcasing the best work. It’s an exclusive network where designers can also acquire work from clients who are hiring, and that’s usually why people want to get into the network.


However if you don’t know anyone who is in the Dribbble network, it can be difficult to get an invite, even if you are a fantastic designer. And if you are a Dribbble member looking to invite someone, it can be difficult to find good designers.

Frittt Templates is giving away Two free Dribbble invites because we think that it is a powerful source of inspiring and creative ideas for designers. Those who are not familiar with Dribbble, it is a community of designers answering that question each day. Web designers, graphic designers, illustrators, icon artists, typographers, logo designers, and other creative types share small screenshots (shots) that show their work, process, and current projects.

What is Dribbble Invite?

You can sign up for a free Dribble account. However, in order to fully use Dribbble you will require a full membership. You can avail yourself of full membership by receiving Dribbble invite. So a Dribbble invite is your passport to a fully operational Dribbble account.

How to win free Dribbble invite?

Want to be a Player? You can get a chance to win a free Dribbble invite from Frittt Templates by performing the following steps:

  • Like our Facebook page, Follow on Twitter and Tweet this post
  • Leave a comment on this post with your name, email and your best work only (400×300)
  • We will carefully review the submitted work and will announce the two lucky Dribbble invite winners after two weeks on our Facebook or Twitter page (Be there and don’t forget to claim the invite once announced). Best of luck!

Dribbble Invite Winners

  • Zawar Ul Hassan
  • Muhammad Zain Ansari


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