Is there an app/website that offers community-sourced feedback on graphic design?

As we build software, I'd be interested to get feedback from real people about our design. Wondering if there's a tinder for graphic design or something of the sort.
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    Dribbble

    Show and tell for designers (web interface inspiration)

    Ryan Hoover78Founder, Product Hunt · Written
    Dribbble is an awesome place to share your designs and get inspired, although it doesn't have the best tools to collect feedback. I'd suggest sharing your work there and linking to an InVision mockup that people can annotate.
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    Designer News

    Hacker News for designers

    Stefan Theofilos8Product Designer, Entrepreneur · Written
    Designer News is a good place to ask questions, share projects, or crowdsource feedback.
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    Behance

    Online platform to showcase & discover creative work

    An alternate to Dribbble without the invite system, Behance provides an opportunity to gain exposure and feedback on their work. Your best bet is to go down as many avenues as you can for feedback, and find what works for you.
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    InVision

    Prototyping and collaboration for design teams

    Kate51Community @Tierion · Written
    InVision is a tool that we (the team at Product Hunt) have used both internally and externally (sharing w community) before to collect feedback on new designs / mockups. It'd be great if you're trying to get targeted feedback on a redesign or big project, but may not be ideal for a bunch of small options that you want users to "vote" on.
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    • Dennis WeinhardtDigital Designer (UI/UX/Web)

      I love everything about InVision.

      Since I started using it 3-4 years ago they improved so many things and added really useful features. They collaborate with so many top designers of the industry that they always know what we want. I really appreciate the effort, time and love they put into their products and it's always fun to use them.

      The tools I use on a weekly basis are:

      InVision (Webapp); Freehand; Craft; Designbetter.co

    • Elena AvramenkoCo-Founder at PopAppFactory

      All my designers loves the service, but I am struggling to use it, I find its UI/UX uncomfortable and not obvious. The most terrible is a mobile version of the web-site, extremely slow.

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    Design Inc 2.0

    Simplest way to hire the best creatives for your project

    Duane Wilson✌️3I like Designing & Building Products · Written
    If you are a designer and apply you get access to the Slack channel where everyone hangs out and there is a great channel called 'design-review' where people are very generous with their time/skills/insight and will review work with you. Highly recommend.
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