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Dribbble global meetup sponsor

Posted by Tyler Vawser on

With hundreds of meetups happening around the world in 2016, Dribbble's online community of designers is fast becoming one of the best offline communities for designers too. Dribbble is a place to show and tell, promote, discover, and explore design. It's a community that Sticker Mule has been a part of for years.

Sticker Mule and Dribbble both started in 2010. We've had a great relationship with the team, located in Salem, MA, from the start. Dribbble has become more than just a social network to us—it's become our favorite community to engage with and be a part of. Here's what Dave, our lead designer, said,

Dribbble is the single most important social network for anyone that cares about design. It’s done more to help us build our team and brand than Facebook, Twitter and Instagram combined.

2016 Global meetup sponsor

This year we decided to make our "relationship" with Dribbble official by sponsoring hundreds of meetups in cities like Toronto, New Delhi, Los Angeles, London, Mexico City and more.

As an official partner along with InVision, we're sending meetup kits to cities around the world. The kits include branded Sticker Mule and Dribbble stickers (including our newest product transfer stickers), sample stickers, and Sticker Mule gift cards.

Kicking it off

Last month, we kicked off the partnership with what became a Legendary Playoff shot "Free Custom Stickers for Everyone". The shot was viewed more than 14,000 times, rebounded over 600 and received a record breaking 1,553 likes. Although the deal has ended, we have much more in store for the design and Dribbble community.

What's next

In addition to sponsoring global meetups, we plan to continue the monthly playoffs we began mid-2015. With a theme and unique prizes for winners, each playoff presents a unique opportunity for Dribbblers to see their design in real life as a sticker or a button.

Visit us on Dribbble to see past playoffs, upcoming deals, and new shots!

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