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In the digital age we live in, we know that “Design Thinking” is a vital asset. In businesses, this is true for not just the one person responsible for design, but for the whole team.

For example, during the product development process, everyone in the team should be able to put forward an idea about design. Especially entrepreneurship owners should be the ones who put the most effort.

You can improve your Design Thinking process by spending minutes a day. That’s why we listed 5 sources for you. These sites will boost your aesthetic perspective.

Enjoy!

1) Behance

Behance, which belongs to Adobe, is a platform for you to follow the latest design trends.

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2) Designspiration

When you enter the site, you will see several creative works from different fields. But what they have in common is they are all inspiring. “Designspiration”s interface is quite simple and minimalistic.

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3) Dribbble

Dribbble is an online platform for portfolios. You will mainly see minimalistic digital illustrations. You should definitely check out the GIFs.

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4) Ads of the World

If you are preparing a visual for a campaign or event, then you must glance at Ads of the World. You can follow advertising campaigns around the world in real-time. Their filtering system is unbelievable! Try it out!

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5) Pinterest

We think that if you are reading this article, you already know about Pinterest, right? But for those who don’t, heads up ladies and gentlemen! You are about to open a door into a whole new world.

If you are surfing around all these platforms but not pinning anything on your Pinterest boards? Then we have a little problem. Because your inspiration will be gone after a day or two. Wouldn’t it be awesome if we can simply go back to our inspirational links and take a look at them again, and again, forever? Add the Pinterest plugin to your web browser and read the details.

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What sources do you follow? What inspires you the most? Share with us!