Sandip Patel

Cofounder Joined almost 6 years ago

  • 14 stories
  • Posted to Cage for Adobe Photoshop, Oct 21, 2020

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  • Posted to A fresh new, Oct 25, 2018

    Big thanks to our pals at Hoodzpah, Forefathers and Invisible Element that let us feature some of their amazing work throughout the new site.

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  • Posted to Presentations 2.0 — Your brand, your story, your creativity – your way., Jun 28, 2018

    Hey folks! So as some of you might know, Cage was created to make the process of gathering design critique and feedback from team members, clients and stakeholders faster and more contextual. We believe a huge component of accomplishing that goal is helping you put your best foot forward in how you share and deliver work for review.

    Presentations allows your team to professionally package the work you are sharing with branded and customizable pages, weave a story that shares insights into design decisions, track progress and seamlessly integrates with a platform that facilitates the exchange of ideas and discussions.

    In short, Presentations provides the curb appeal to showcase your work, in style — without writing a single line of code.

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  • Posted to Meet Meg Lewis, Founder of Ghostly Ferns, Darn Good, and Fool Proof., May 25, 2018

    This week we talk to Meg Lewis, a value-based designer creating experiences for happy companies. Meg is 1/4 of Ghostly Ferns, a collective of designers & commercial artists and the co-owner of Fool Proof, a shared workspace for creativity & collaboration in Minneapolis.

    Big thanks to Meg for taking the time. This was a fun interview!

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  • Posted to An all-new Review Experience in Cage: Annotations, Tasks, Versioning, and more., Apr 25, 2018

    In our biggest release since launching the new version of Cage, we are bringing you streamlined navigation and a simpler, more intuitive experience for adding annotations, reviewing feedback, adding new versions and more.

    You can always reach our team directly from in the product (or email us). There’s plenty more coming soon too! Help us spread the word!

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  • Posted to Fellow designers, would you find this tool useful or utterly pointless?, in reply to Prajwal Rao , Mar 08, 2018

    Thanks for mentioning Cage. The new version of Cage is one part media collaboration (so not just static files, but video, audio, etc) and one part project management for teams. Lots of new things coming soon too!

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  • Posted to Meet designer, animator, illustrator and photographer, Jason Yang., Jan 18, 2018

    This week we talk to Jason Yang, a wildly talented designer, animator, illustrator, and artist based in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Jason has nearly 15 years of agency experience and runs his own studio, Invisible Element, where he specializes in art direction, design, illustration and motion graphics for clients and brands including ESPN, Oklahoma City Thunder, Bushnell Golf, iHeart Radio and ONE OK.

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  • Posted to Meet Jay Fletcher, Graphic Designer and Illustrator who's worked with Apple, Google, The New York Times and the NFL, Dec 15, 2017

    This week we talk to Jay Fletcher, graphic designer and illustrator living & working in Charleston, South Carolina about his background, the projects he’s worked on, and his process for delivering amazing work to clients.

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  • Posted to Meet popular designer, animator and illustrator Brent Clouse , Dec 06, 2017

    This week we talk to Brent Clouse, the popular designer, animator and illustrator behind many of the delightful animations for companies including: MailChimp, Intercom, Slack, Dropbox and Vox Media, among others. With a diverse background in writing, video production and animation, Brent works in a variety of styles to produce engaging content to help elevate brands. This week we chat with Brent about his beginnings, his process, managing clients, and what success means to him.

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  • Posted to Meet Katie Kirk of Eight Hour Day, Nov 30, 2017

    EHD has had the opportunity to work on projects with brands like: Target, Facebook, The New York Times, Williams Sonoma, Real Simple Magazine, Random House and Wired. We talk to Katie about her background, how they got started, and what they’re working on.

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