Every Spring, Austin, Texas becomes a mecca for artists of all kinds—and provides a rare opportunity to explore what they can create together. At this year’s South by Southwest Conference, we’ve asked a few of our favorite artists to join forces for great causes. We’re giving them a space to showcase their activism through art—and this weekend, you’ll be able to watch their ideas come to life on the streets of Austin.
One of the best ways to capture a moment in time is through music. We asked Dropbox founders Drew Houston and Arash Ferdowsi to list their favorite songs from 2007. Here are the tunes they most frequently streamed…or rather, synced to their iPods.
While the working world is full of fads—whether that’s treadmill desks or sleep pods—some crazes have more staying power than others. Here are 10 popular workplace trends we’ve seen evolve since the early days of Dropbox—trends that we believe are here to stay.
While we sometimes miss the crazy scramble of Dropbox’s early days, there’s a lot more we’re happy to have left behind. Here are 10 things we remember about how the world worked in 2007 (that we don’t miss today).
Since the earliest days of Dropbox, we’ve tried to connect with users through illustration. Whether we’re announcing a new product or fixing a pesky bug, we know users prefer to hear the news from fellow humans, not robots. Much of the Dropbox visual style has developed along those lines: personal, hand-drawn, playful.
In many cases, we’ll design several concepts before picking the option that’s just right. Here are 10 illustrations the design team loved, even if they missed the final cut.
If there’s one thing we’ve always appreciated about Dropbox users, it’s your passion. Some of you, though, take it to the next level. Think you’re a dyed-in-the-wool, with-us-from-the-beginning Dropbox superfan? Here are ten ways to tell.