When creativity is nurtured in the workplace, it can be a welcome whirlwind of imagination that revolutionizes your marketing campaigns. Designers that have the space and time to let ideas pop and simmer are poised to create original content.
It’s been one exciting year since we launched the Dropbox London office. We’re proud to say that during this time we’ve grown our network, and now one in three UK internet users is on Dropbox, up from one in four at the beginning of 2015. Yesterday, we made a toast to this momentum at a wine tasting event with one of our Dropbox Business customers, Vivino.
We’re teaming up with iStock by Getty Images to help graphic designers and videographers streamline their workflows using Dropbox. In that spirit, here are some tips for everyone working at a design agency or on any other type of creative services team. They’ll help you with a problem you might be familiar with: that mountain of JPEGs, PSDs, and PNGs floating around your hard drive.
Dropbox for Business is quickly becoming a staple across many different industries and professions, with more than 100,000 customers on board. But there’s one group in particular that relies heavily on Dropbox to get their work done — marketing and creative professionals. In fact, marketing and creative pros share 10 times more Dropbox links than our average user, and have collaboration networks over 200% larger — working with more than 18 colleagues and clients on average every month.
In the creative fields, it’s often said that you’re only as good as your last piece of work. By these standards, Wondersauce — a New York-based digital design and development agency that consistently delivers award-winning work for clients like HBO, Nike, Stella Artois, Gap, John Mayer, and The New York Times — isn’t just good. It’s wonderful. Producing great work, though, isn’t the only thing that drives the independent shop. For Wondersauce, the secret to design success lies in making the creative journey as smooth as possible.
What does it take to bring a vision to life? Pipers Design, an international design studio based in London, helps architects and developers turn ideas into reality. They build physical models, websites, apps, and exhibitions to help communicate complex real estate projects in a way that all stakeholders can understand. That means working with tens of thousands of constantly changing files.