For most designers, a Dribbble account is indispensable. Showing off your work can attract new clients and perhaps even more importantly; it’s a huge source of inspiration. At Yummygum we love browsing and checking out what other designers are up to. We do think usability wise there’s room for improvement on Dribbble.com. Lucky for us there are people out there spending time creating browser extension/plugins to make Dribbble even better.
Endlesss - enables infinite scroll
Dribbble player and designer/developer Matías Martínez (who, by the way also coded up Manu Gamero’s Growl theme) felt the same way and decided to make a Safari Extension called Endlesss. It adds an infinite scrolling functionality to Dribbble. You can find Matías’ Safari Extension here. He also made a Chrome Extension which can be found here.
Dribbb(b)le - shows shot thumbnails on their original 400x300 size
Another nice Dribbb(b)le Safari Extension is ‘Dribbb(b)le’ shows shots on their original 400x300 size on the homepage. An extremely useful extension ‘cause you don’t have to click on each shot’s thumb to see it on a 100% scale. Eren Emre created it, and passed the baton on to Martins Spilners (aka Maarf) who updated the Safari Extension. You can get the latest version of these guys’ Safari extension here.