Screenshot like it’s 1999
Although embracing spontaneity and disorder is the root of my existence, anything to improve and simplify my mess of a workflow is welcomed. Insert Droplr.
Droplr is a tool we use internally here at Tribu, allowing us to collaborate and gather any feedback on projects we have going on. From jotting annotations to sharing screenshots on a whim, Droplr brings value through its various features – which we use, because why not.
I use the desktop app as my browser already has enough tabs open to leave me in dire straits. With it, I am able to quickly share concepts and ideas without getting bogged down in the process. Shortcuts paired with an easy-to-use interface delivers a seamless experience for myself and the Tribe.
Some ideas are graveyard material. Some are genius. Through collaboration, we reach that ‘ta-dah’ moment with every design.
Now I can’t boast any causative stats (as of yet) like my happiness has improved by 800% because of this or my lifetime has increased by 4 score and 7 years, but I can say this a great tool that does save time – which in turn increases efficiency. Case in point, Droplr is a simple app that makes our lives simpler. Check it out here.