Scattered content is an everyday problem for many people. Any given file could be sitting on your desktop, attached to an email thread, tied to a database, or stored in any number of different places. We’re taking on this problem by making Dropbox a unified home for your work, with initiatives like our recently announced Google Cloud partnership. Today, we’re introducing the first product integration in this new partnership, an add-on for Gmail that will help you stay focused on what matters.
Moving imagery fascinates Kook Ewo, the motion designer behind title sequences in films like Silent Hill (2006) and RBG (2018). He once dabbled in the still world of photography, but he quickly found his passion—and natural talent—in the animated discipline of motion design. He’s worked with some of film’s biggest names, produced a seminal video about his craft, and created the industry’s premiere global event, Motion Plus Design. We chatted with Kook to hear how he got started, and what motivated him to build an international design conference from scratch.
In the NBA, the Golden State Warriors are the class of the league. They’ve got a star-studded roster, a dynamic style of play, and two championships in just three years. The team’s focus on threes has also redefined how basketball gets played, a strategic change that’s made Warriors tickets among the hottest in the league. But how do the Warriors support stars like Stephen Curry, and how did they create a fan experience admired by owners across the league? We checked in with assistant general manager Kirk Lacob to hear more about the team behind the team.
To cover 350,000 destinations, it takes hundreds of writers working with content teams spread across Lonely Planet’s international offices. Together, they constitute what might be the ultimate remote collaboration team. Here’s how they use Dropbox to coordinate work that’s contributed from different locations around the world.
By some estimates, half of the workers in the US have jobs that are at least partially suited to working outside the office. Think of it as being unchained from your desk—and not a work-til-you-drop lifestyle. Want to be able to check in quickly while you’re at a coffee shop, or on a train, or maybe just going outside for a breath of fresh air? That’s the kind of flexibility we want everyone to have. It’s part of our mission to unleash the world’s creative energy by designing a more enlightened way of working. So we’ve introduced new features to help you keep work moving from anywhere. With the latest additions to the Dropbox mobile app, you’ll be able to: