Why I moved my portfolio to Codepen

Dribbble is dead

I wanted to get serious about contributing more to the design and development community. I tried Blogging but was a tedious activity for me try as I might. I'd previously tried getting into Dribbble (4 years later still no invite) even tried making a couple of little GitHub repos and gists, but they weren't getting much traffic and I felt like I was getting very little feedback on the work.

Enter Codepen

Dribble has been a real source of inspiration, but the fact that I couldn’t be active in the community was a real downer

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