In the past 30 days, more than 53 million edits were made to design files stored in Dropbox — so it’s no surprise that creative professionals around the world rely on Dropbox as an integral part of their day-to-day workflows. Today we’re introducing a new and improved web preview experience for images, so working with design files in Dropbox is faster and easier than ever. Here’s what’s changing.
Penn Masala, a South Asian a cappella group out of the University of Pennsylvania, uses Dropbox Pro to keep all their music organized and to help them collaborate with other artists. Their organization has paid off with a number of amazing opportunities — most recently, it was being included in the movie Pitch Perfect 2. Learn more about how they use Dropbox to manage everything.
We recently talked with Dropbox Pro user Janelle Sing, who has quite the career. She’s head designer at Soludos, does artwork for Simon Miller jeans, and creates digital illustrations for an iPad app called Paper. Janelle is one busy designer, and this amount of work doesn’t come without a few lessons learned along the way. Here are some of her tried-and-true methods to keeping everything organized as she juggles her bustling career.
One might think that the head designer for a global footwear brand would be so busy that she’d avoid extra work like the plague. And the designer in question, Janelle Sing, is busy indeed. But that doesn’t stop her from taking on side projects that let her spend as much time as possible doing what she loves: drawing. And she’s making it happen — juggling demanding roles as a designer, fashion illustrator, and contractor for a mobile app company — with the help of Dropbox Pro.
Say you’re in the middle of booking a flight and you want to double-check that you have the right dates, or you’re about to publish a blog post and you want to confirm with a coworker that an image is being displayed correctly. (I’ve done both in the past week.) Here’s my productivity secret for getting a quick gut check: screenshots + commenting. Here’s how it works.
Whether you’re at home or at work, sending a file to someone else is normally a simple task. But what happens when you need to send a large file? Say you want to share a vacation video with family members, or you need to send a report – with lots of graphics — to a client. Here’s how Dropbox can help.