For the 15,000 people attending Cannes Lions, the festival offers a dizzying itinerary. There’s a week-long educational program, more than 600 speakers, and constant opportunities to network with the world’s most creative people. For those unable to attend, the press fills the void. More than 700 journalists descend upon Cannes, France to tell the festival’s story to the wider world. And this year, Dropbox Paper will play a key role in helping those journalists get the information they need.
When you’ve spent weeks refining and perfecting your designs, sending them off for review can be nerve wracking. It’s kind of like sending your kids off to college. Who knows how they’ll change while they’re away—or if you’ll recognize them when they return? Fortunately, Paper has new features that make it easier to send your “babies” out into the world. Next time you need to get feedback on your photos and designs, here are three ways to make the process less stressful and complicated.
Today is World Refugee Day, recognized by the United Nations as a time to reflect and take action to help people who have been displaced from their home countries. It can be difficult to comprehend the scale of what’s happening in places like Syria or Iraq. So we’d like to share the story of one family.
This week, we’re at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity where we’ll be discussing how transparency can help drive alignment throughout the creative process. In our earlier post on transparent design, we discussed the advantages of adopting an open creative process. Today, we’ll show you how you can create a culture of transparency in your workplace so people feel comfortable sharing ideas and taking risks.
Every year, more than 250 students from 50 countries attend the Cannes Lions School. The program helps creative professionals of all stripes—from young professionals to accomplished CMOs—grow new skills and find creative inspiration. At Dropbox, we believe creativity is precious, and so we’re proud to sponsor the Cannes Lions School. Students will use Dropbox Paper to capture, grow, and share their ideas throughout the week.
Sporting a made-for-radio voice and a passion for audio storytelling, David Rheinstrom is both a podcast pro and self-proclaimed goofball. Not only has he seen the podcast industry grow over the course of a decade—he’s helping to shape the way we listen today. We had a chance to catch up with David—host of Secrets, Crimes, and Audiotape and Radio Drama Revival—at Cannes Lions. He explained his podcast network’s distinct approach to ads and audio, the ups and downs of the creative process, and where he sees the podcast industry going next.