Media teams gain increased flexibility through Dropbox partnerships

Media and entertainment companies have unique needs when it comes to collaboration. They work in teams that span the globe. They work with tools that span a spectrum of uses. And every day, those teams are under pressure to create more content in less time, across an array of consumer platforms. As a result, they’re producing an unprecedented volume of data, including high-res file types with larger and larger file sizes. The challenge becomes—where do you put all that data and how can teams access, review, revise, and share it quickly and securely?

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Teams in sync: Digital artists turn illustrations into 3D still life

Collaboration can be hard even when you’re sitting in the same room. So what happens when it has to cross dimensions? We had a chance to find out when It’s Nice That asked digital artists Anny Wang and Tim Söderström to team up with illustrator Klas Ernflo. It’s the latest collaborative experiment in a series that asks artists to team up and create a limited edition poster for the monthly Nicer Tuesdays events in London.

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How a passionate designer sparked a worldwide motion design craze

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.

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Charity Water: Bringing clean water to 8.2 million people

What does it take to create an iconic brand? To find out, we traveled to The Gathering earlier this year to ask marketing leaders from the world’s most-coveted brands how they guided their companies to cult status. While we were there, our Head of Global Brand Marketing, Shane Steele, spoke with Christoph Gorder, President and Chief Global Water Officer at Charity Water, to find out how his non-profit brings their story to life.

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The team behind the team: How the Warriors built an NBA champion

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.

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How Lonely Planet shares stories from 350,000 travel destinations

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.

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