Ghostwritten for the Dropbox Gifting product manager, Wyatt. This was a cross-functional effort with product, engineering, design, marketing, and legal.
Read the full post here: https://blogs.dropbox.com/dropbox/2015/11/dropbox-pro-gifting/
A "tips and tricks" style post that explains how to get professional or pro-sumer photographs onto Instagram using Dropbox as part of the workflow.
Read the full post here: https://blogs.dropbox.com/carousel/2015/08/share-dslr-photos-instagram/
One of several Dropbox Pro user stories I wrote in 2015, this one is focused on a team of filmmakers split between India and the United States. The post was based off several pages of interview notes which I turned into a story, while fact-checking with the subject himself.
Read the full post here: https://blogs.dropbox.com/dropbox/2015/04/tomorrow-we-disappear/
In 2015 I wrote a series of user stories on Dropbox Pro customers who were doing ambitious things. Alongside each user story, I write a "Pro tips" article that focused on the workflow or tips the user in the associated story had used to be successful.
It was a fast and easy way to create evergreen content out of work that had already been done by myself (writing the stories) and the PMM team (conducting research and interviewing exciting Dropbox Pro users).
Here are the posts:
A new style of blogging for Dropbox; meant to give the reader useful tips about their professional lives (not just about the Dropbox product), and establish Dropbox as an authority on work and productivity. Read the full post here!
A blog ghostwritten for our VP of Sales, in conjunction with the Dropbox comms team. This was a rewrite, and I created a hybrid version of two different pieces of content and made it appropriate for the Dropbox Business audience on our blog and social media.
Read the full blog here: https://blogs.dropbox.com/business/2015/12/predictions-cloud-2016/
This is a series of several blog posts based on data associated with our Campus Cup promotion at the end of 2015. The first post I wrote for Jason, Dropbox's head of education vertical.
The remaining posts were written with bylines for the two data scientists who developed the topics and methodologies for the data we'd discuss. I was responsible for turning that data into a story our readers would find compelling. With the help of the Dropbox PR team, these blogs were picked up by Huffington Post and Brit + Co.
Read all the blogs in this series here: https://blogs.dropbox.com/dropbox/tag/dropbox-university-insights/
The outline for this post was provided by our stellar social media and black ops (all things Dropbox culture) teams. I helped turn it into a cohesive post for our blog, with lots of input from legal, marketing, and engineering.
Read the full post here: https://blogs.dropbox.com/dropbox/2015/08/hack-your-way-to-great-ideas/
We made some adjustments to our brand, and had some new thoughts about Dropbox's mission — plus an awesome video — we wanted to share. This was ghostwritten for Dropbox's co-founder Arash, and was a large collaborative effort with the corporate marketing, design, and legal teams.
Read the full blog here: https://blogs.dropbox.com/dropbox/2015/10/work-the-way-you-want/
A ghostwritten piece for Dropbox co-founders Drew and Arash, announcing our milestone of 400 million Dropbox users. Collaboration with brand marketing, corporate marketing, legal, our COO, and the co-founders.
Read the full post here: https://blogs.dropbox.com/dropbox/2015/06/400-million-users/
This blog speaks for itself. We were excited, and wanted to share it with the world.
Read the full blog here: http://blogs.atlassian.com/2013/07/celebrating-equality-atlassian-style/