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How to foster a culture of diversity and inclusion

A day in the life of a diversity team.

Day-to-day, our team is like a consultant for anything in the business that is diversity-related. This includes, for example, focus groups across the company to better understand how people really feel about diversity and inclusion, and analysing our poll data which goes out twice a year. We look at all the numbers to figure out how certain groups of people feel at the company—do they feel like the company cares about them? And in turn, what can we do to help these groups feel supported and included?

Future Classic x Dropbox studio

Launching March 2018 in Frogtown, Los Angeles

Redesigning hospitality with International Worldwide

Following the launch of dining hot-spot 'Natural History', the design team give us a glimpse into their world.

Wired and The Golden Age of Free Speech

David Moretti, Creative Director of WIRED, on why the influential magazine's future lies in its history.

Why Pitch Studios represent a new model for creative agencies

The future of the creative agency model isn’t so clear, but Pitch Studios could easily throw their hat in the ring. 

How to get 80% of your results from 20% of your work

Pareto, an Italian economist and avid gardener, noticed that 80% of all his beans come from only 20% of his pea pods. After comprehensive research, Pareto found that the principle held across many other countries and industries. 

The theory can be applied to almost anything within business. For example, 20% of your customers may be responsible for 80% of revenue or 20% of an advertising budget may drive 80% of conversions. This ratio doesn’t have to be fixed, but the important message is that inputs and outputs in work (and life) are not necessarily evenly correlated.

Introducing our new brand design

We’re excited to share our story and reveal a new look for Dropbox.

Why Semi Permanent is Collaborative by Design

Semi Permanent founder Murray Bell on why collaboration will be the future of design.

Why the cloud holds the future of your money

‘Innovation’ and ‘finance technology’ do not often appear in the same sentence. Notoriously unfriendly on the eyes, traditional accounting software is the digital equivalent of a horse and cart. Then along came the cloud.

What the Dropbox Sydney office says about the future of working

With Andy Waddle, Associate at global architectural design firm Gensler.

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