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.
It’s hard not to feel happy on a day like today, when the world is covered in pink hearts and flowers aplenty. And here at Dropbox, we’re feeling the love, too—for our users, that is—and we wanted to find a creative way to show it. So we handed the reigns over to some of the most talented, imaginative folks we know: the designers we work with.
We know avid blog readers (like you!) understand the ins and outs of Dropbox. But we also know there are lots of people who haven’t met us yet. We wanted to let those folks know about the good things that happen when their files live in Dropbox, so we just posted a new video that answers the simple question: What is Dropbox, anyway?
Here at Dropbox, we take pride in the craft of creating great products. And like any craft, the end result is shaped by the people who make it. In our weekly Dropbox Makers series, you’ll meet the people behind the products. This week, Dropbox designer and illustrator Ryan Putnam shares his path.
Hey Space Racers!
Over the last eight weeks, millions of students from over 6,000 schools (and 100 countries!) strapped on their space boots and hustled in the greatest race for space the world has ever seen (since the actual space race).
We’ve heard of all sorts of exciting cosmonaut campaigns to get more space, like the billboarding efforts of these TU Delft students from a galaxy far, far away (the Netherlands).
And no matter your place on the leaderboard (congrats National University of Singapore!), every Space Racer made off with an astronomical haul of spacey goodness.
This Thanksgiving, there’s a lot I’m personally thankful for — good friends, healthy family, and obviously the colossal turkey in the oven as we speak. But what about Dropbox? With all the frenzy both inside and outside our walls, there’s no shortage of things we’re thankful for.
We’re also grateful for our happy developers finding clever new ways to make Dropbox sing.