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In a similar vein to Designspiration & Dropular, new service Pintrest is an excellent searchable resource for collating and sourcing creative imagery and titbits. Acting as a digital pinboard, finds can be separated into various categories (or boards), tidily keeping all your newfound gems in their rightful place. A great resource for creating moodboards. Highly recommended.

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    18th May 2011
    11:26 am
  1. I’m not a huge fan of all these bookmarking services, as the content is often really generically ‘designy’ with everyone looking at the same things.
    But this one looks genuinely very good and varied. Nice post!

    Now, to request an invitation…

  2. Johanna
    18th May 2011
    11:33 am
  3. Love Pintrest. Pretty easy to use for technophobes like me too. I hear there’s an iphone app version too for pinning on the go ;)

  4. 911wasaninsidejob
    18th May 2011
    11:48 am
  5. only as good as their communities I’m afraid, judging from the front page of this (Babies, puppies and other twee garbage) I won’t be coming back

  6. JackJack
    18th May 2011
    12:05 pm
  7. You could change that – get some of those fake moodlanding pictures up there, post Wikileaks transcripts or uncover some Blackwater (Xe) shady dealings! ;)

  8. Luke TongeLuke Tonge
    18th May 2011
    1:01 pm
  9. Oh man… and i’d just spent all my free time uploading and saving cool stuff on Designspiration ( ). I can’t keep up. Think this will be filed under ‘potentially useful for moodboards but otherwise far too distracting and time-consuming’.

  10. Michael
    18th May 2011
    1:59 pm
  11. Designispiration trumped ffffound.

    Pintrest looks too busy. Design fail IMO.

  12. Craig
    18th May 2011
    4:28 pm
  13. Are there any bookmarking tools that let you upload?
    I’ve got loads of downloaded images that I’ve been collecting off blogs for years, and stolen from mates, and I could also do with a place to hold website screengrabs.

  14. Kiluka
    19th May 2011
    11:49 am
  15. Pinterest let you upload picture, but it’s a bit hided.
    After having tested many bookmarking sites (FFFFound, Designspiration, Kontribit, Dropular and others…) I can say that Pinterest is definitely the most well thought and designed. I might not look “pretty” but it’s sooo usable !
    If you want to follow my board :

  16. JackJack
    20th May 2011
    12:25 am
  17. Someone has been a busy boy!

  18. Kirsten
    20th May 2011
    12:59 pm
  19. I’m a fan of Pinterest and the moodboard method of collecting visual references is a great way of letting users decide how they organise their pins. Clicking on an image takes the user to its source – a feature that was lacking on FFFFOUND resulting in a lot of visual content with very little context.

    With Pinterest (and other similar resources) there’s always a high probability that the ‘kitten in a cereal bowl’ image will get repinned again and again. But selecting the moodboards you wish to follow can prevent rainbows, unicorns and cats being burned into your retinas. Personally, I’d look at those over jar babies any day.

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