Dribbble can also be used to post several designs and to ask the opinion of thousands of skilled Designers across the world.
Unlike any average online portfolio sites, Dribbble is quicker, and easier. For example, I have got an online portfolio on a website called Behance, which is run by Adobe. It would be an understatement to say I haven't updated my Behance profile in a while, the whole website, and tone seems to be a little serious for me, and Designers only post completed, polished Designs. Other than the ‘Work In Progress’ section which has the slightly corny alias of ‘WIP’, there is nowhere to share your ongoing, and very much incomplete designs, and to be honest I don't think anyone actually looks at that section on Behance, so to post any 'WIP' would be a complete waste of time.
If you are at all interested, You can go check out my Behance Profile Here.
I find Behance a little lacklustre and have contemplated deleting my profile as I can’t see any reason why I would share any of my work on there in the future, when Dribbble has given me a much more enjoyable user experience when sharing my work. Behance is the Portfolio equivalent to what Tumblr is to blogs, like really.. Does anyone ever go on Tumblr? ( However, a good feature of Behance is that you can link it through to LinkedIn ).