Let’s not forget that the Web 2.0 hype was not just about glossy logos and round cornered buttons; the added value of this new wave of websites is the social part and the huge potential to ‘make things together’. So here’s a roundup of the most popular and interesting services that offer us the opportunity to find or submit designs or ideas.
Kickstarter is a funding platform for artists, designers, filmmakers, musicians, journalists, inventors, explorers…
By helping Buyers reach countless creatives across the globe, we’re changing the game for the little guy.
Need something designed? 99designs connects clients needing design work such as logo designs, business cards or web sites to a thriving community of 39,698 talented designers.
A Spring is our voting system. When someone likes your portfolio or your uploads they can Spring it. Items that receive more Springs will receive more exposure.
Buy stuff, design stuff, vote on stuff and be an agent of change.
Namethis makes the otherwise time-consuming process of finding a market-ready name quick and painless.
The site allows people with a common interest to come together and pool their contributions to create an inducement prize.
The Place To Find Designer & Developer Collaborators.
Enabling collaboration by helping people with ideas meet people with skills.
The first social community for user generated interactive mobile screensavers & wallpapers.
Advertising and marketing projects for a tenth the cost of traditional ad agencies.
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