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Need to follow-up?

  Spaces is a great way to give feedback on visual files like images, videos and presentations. But when you leave a comment that asks a question or requests a specific change, you often want to be sure that someone will take action. We’ve just introduced a new feature that allows…

Don’t ask, “Is it a product or a feature?” Build solutions.

An amended version of this article was originally published in Entrepreneur. “That’s just a feature.” Most entrepreneurs will have heard this criticism of their new idea. It’s the ultimate dismissal – an indictment that the idea is too lightweight to stand on its own and will ultimately be subsumed into…

Six tips for dealing with feedback

Collecting feedback on your ideas, creations and iterations is a hugely important part of the creative process. But not all feedback is created equal. For every insightful observation and useful suggestion, some comments can miss the point, lack context or just be plain wrong. Dealing with the latter can be…

Why Digital Video Experts wants to talk visuals, not time codes

Digital Video Experts is an Australian video production company. Founder Richard Farr talks about competing with larger agencies and why collaborating on videos with Hightail ticks all his boxes. We produce videos for corporate clients Digital Video Experts is a team of four people based in Sydney, Australia. We have…

The top seven creative collaborations of 2015

2015 has been a great year for collaboration. The worlds of art and commerce have brought together people and brands with idiosyncratic beliefs, talents and perspectives to create amazing music, fashion, movies and more. A great collaboration helps introduce artists and brands to new audiences that may not otherwise have…

Blue Chalk’s “Google Docs for creative collaboration”

Blue Chalk is an award-winning production and media strategy company based in New York and Oregon. Creative Director, Rob Finch discusses the power of intimate storytelling and how Hightail brings the studio’s bi-coastal teams together. We specialize in nonfiction visual storytelling Blue Chalk is two years old but we’ve already…

Six essential digital tools for publishers

The publishing world is run by specialists: from editors and layout designers to booksellers and royalties accountants. With such specific roles come dedicated digital tools for publishers. But the market for these tools is increasingly crowded and difficult to navigate, which is why we’ve selected six of the best ways to solve…

How Cinema Mercantile gets to the final cut faster

Cinema Mercantile is a New York City-based video production company. Founder Mike Collins talks to us about creating cinematic portraits and how Hightail helps him get to the final cut faster than ever. I'm a director and cinematographer based out of NYC My producer Rich D'Elia and I run Cinema...

Download the updated Spaces iOS app

We’ve just released a new version of our Spaces iOS app, which you can download from the App Store now. If you haven’t tried the app already, it’s a great way to provide feedback on the fly for visual files like designs and photographs. Check out what The Next Web had to…

Creative collaboration is going Spaces

Today, I’m excited to announce the general release of Spaces, our new creative collaborative platform. Having launched a beta version of Spaces earlier in the year, we’re now ready to open it up to the wider world of creative professionals, from design firms and ad agencies to marketing departments and…

Spaces connects to Dropbox, Slack and your mailbox

Our latest release of Spaces continues the evolution of our vision of better collaboration for designers, filmmakers, marketers and creative professionals at companies large and small. As well as a number of design and performance enhancements, we’ve added the following new features our new creative collaboration platform. Connect with Dropbox…

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