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Announcement: BittBox User Showcase

I have been listening to your requests and one of the most requested items in my queue is a BittBox User Showcase. I would love to have the resources to create one right here on BittBox, but I am just a designer and BB uses a ton of bandwidth already (mostly the high-quality freebies). I thought long and hard, and decided that Flickr was the way to go. Flickr has all of the tools to bring a user showcase to life (including forum-like discussion) and anyone can upload their designs instantly, without getting approval. I encourage all of you to check out the new Flickr Group I created for you as an effort to bring the growing BittBox Community one step closer together. BittBox is simply my hobby design blog (for now), but I must be doing something right because I have been getting an overwhelming sense of a developing community here. I can't wait to see what you have created! Your turn to teach me somethin!, watch for me in the discussion section. ; )

~Bitt

BittBox User Showcase on Flickr

First Things First:

If you aren't familiar with Flickr, here's how to add an Image to the BittBox User Showcase Image Pool:

First you have to create a Flickr account, then Upload your design. Once you have that done, you need to join the BittBox User Showcase Group.

Once you have joined the group, go to your profile and select your image that you would like to be in the BittBox User Showcase. Then, above the image, click on “Send to Group.” This will give you the option to select which of your Flickr Groups to send the photo to. (this is why you need to join the group first).

BittBox User Showcase on Flickr

I can't wait to see all of your designs, and the discussion section of the group is a great way to exchange knowledge/troubleshoot with each other. I will leave it up to all of you to start discussions about particular posts. Show me what you got!

I'm the editor-in-chief of Bittbox.com. I'm a designer and developer by day, and a writer and musician when the feeling strikes. I enjoy vintage advertisements and puzzles with an absurd amount of pieces. Follow me on Twitter.

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