Rebounds offer a way to “link” two shots together. For example, you can Rebound a sketch with a finished design or alternate concepts of a shot, so there’s a reference trail to follow.
Rebounds can also be purely for fun. For example, any player can create games allowing other Dribbble players to riff off an initial shot to get their takes on the same idea.
If another design inspires your work, it's good etiquette to Rebound the inspiration shot when posting your work to give the designer credit for their original idea.
You can see many examples of Rebounds on the Playoffs page.
How do I post a Rebound?
When you see a shot you’d like to Rebound, open the detailed shot view, and find the 'Shot details' section and hit 'Rebound shot.' Clicking that will direct you to a version of the upload page that is specific to your Rebound. Upload as usual, but you’ll see your shot linked as a Rebound once it’s posted!
Why don't I see the Rebound button on a shot?
Rebounds may have been disabled on certain shots. If you see the Feedback section is closed, you will not be able to Rebound that shot.
If you're currently a Prospect, you won't be able to create Rebounds or participate in Playoffs at this time.