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What is the best app to collect design inspiration (images, animations, videos)?

What is the best app to collect design inspiration: images, animations, videos and (maybe) articles?
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    Dribbble

    Show and tell for designers (web interface inspiration)

    Thomas DIDIER6Marketing, Forest Admin 🌲 · Written
    The best platform to do so.
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    Evernote

    Note taking gets even simpler

    Great tool for categorysation and tagging. Cross-platform.
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    Raindrop.io 4.0

    All in one bookmark manager become even better

    Beautiful cross-platform app by indy developer.
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  4. Wenjing YuBig fan of new product. Startup founder · Written
    Board will help you manage your collections. Also Pinterest's recommendation will help you discover similar things you might like.
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    Tobi OmotayoMobile Application Developer, Ceflix Inc · Written
    Pinterest has a lot more inspirations including those from Dribbble
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  5. Piotr BartoszekMobile UI/UX Designer · Written
    Piotr Bartoszek made this product
    I hope in near future Owwly give designers and creatives a lot of inspiration. We are trying to create design hub that brings all creative portfolios together - feedback is welcome! :) 🦉
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    Behance

    Online platform to showcase & discover creative work

    krunal shahFront-end Developer · Written
    Behance is similar to dribbble and really good for design inspiration.
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  7. Stan DZCo-founder (product), Airteach.co · Written
    Great way to get design inspiration popin' up your face each time you open a new tab !
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    Mural

    Online whiteboard for visual collaboration

    Daniel LeeProduct Manager · Written
    Used to use this quite a bit but it can support all different types of media. If you just want to build moodboards, InDesign or Photoshop are also good.
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    Daniel LeeProduct Manager · Written
    Used to use this quite a bit but it can support all different types of media. If you just want to build moodboards, InDesign or Photoshop are also good.
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    Notion 2.0

    The all-in-one workspace - notes, tasks, wikis, & databases

    JPFounder and Activist Researcher · Written
    I use Notion and Milanote. Notion specifically allows for designers to go from design inspiration to functional prototypes, and usability testing. I cannot say enough on the benefits of Notion in my design practice!
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  10. Scott at MeliovationVacationCounts Blogger and App Developer · Written
    I used to be the biggest fan of Evernote, but recently turned to OneNote to capture exactly what you are looking for. It isn't perfect and not as full featured as Evernote (premium paid edition) but it is simple, organized, and works across multiple platforms (not just Windows). Plus it's private which I prefer for capturing product and design ideas and notes.
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    Coolors

    Super fast color schemes generator for cool designers

    Adıl Önerslm http://www.bilgitanricasi.com · Written
    dd
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  12. Brahim Chougranifull stack developer python/django · Written
    my best go to fir inspiration
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  13. Venetia ChouProduct Designer at YOSGO Inc. · Written
    A popular picture management software in Taiwan and China. You can save all of your pictures, animations and GIFs at Eagle. Meanwhile you can also categorize these inspirations by tagging. It also has Chrome extension for you to save the whole web page and any picture element in no time. Highly recommended.
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  14. Adıl Önerslm http://www.bilgitanricasi.com · Written
    çünkü gerekli
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