Using Dropbox for Job Hunting in a Mobile World

Previously posted at LinkedIn

One of the most valuable tools I’ve ever used as a creative is Dropbox. I never need to worry about misplacing a jump drive, having files inaccessible because my Mac is at home while at the grocery store with just my phone, or that spontaneous ask for my resume or portfolio. Dropbox is the best. Let me share a few tips on how I’ve learned to use it in new ways during this current season of unemployment.

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Hello, my name is Rob, and I’m unemployed.

Previously posted at LinkedIn

I mean, I’m freelancing. No, consulting. Whatever.

In my last role as Creative Director, I branded a new Fortune 1000 company, helped build a top notch internal design department, learned and taught PowerPoint and design within brand guidelines, facilitated style guide compliance and learned management and prioritization.

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Who’s The Craziest Client You Ever Had?

Looking back over the course of my career, there have been a lot of fun projects. Some clients know what they want and just want you to execute, some let you design their style and run with it, and others… well, they just resonate with more than just the creative part of your brain.

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For me, that client had to be Bacon Salt. I mean, J&D Foods.

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