Should designers move from Pinterest to Matboard?

Pinterest has gained quite a bit of popularity among creatives over the last year or two and it is easy to see why. I use it to easily collect design inspiration from all over the web and store it in one place. I also use it to maintain a makeshift portfolio that links my pins back to my personal website and ecommerce store driving traffic to these sites.

Pinterest, however, is not an exclusive tool for creatives. If you’re like me and follow a large group of people, you can find chunks of your 'Follow' feed filled with women’s high heels and the latest celebrity hair styles. The new kid on the block is a website called The Matboard. It is designed with only creatives in mind.

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