Dave from Sales asks you for some logo files to use in a sales deck. He's confused and asks for the wrong size the first time, so you have a back and forth over Slack to get him what he wants.
You need an illustration for a new set of ads, but you can’t remember where you saw it last.
Is it on the shared drive? In Dropbox? Google Drive? Is this the one still on that thumb drive? Where the &%*# is this thing?!?!
Melody, a freelance photographer, mailed you a hard drive. You have to plug it in and download the files to your desktop and then select which ones can go on the shared drive.
This time it’s not too bad, it’s only 200 photos.
Another request from the sales team, this time it’s Taylor. They want to know if they can use a photograph they found on the shared drive. You're not sure so you have to track down the release form.
Turns out that the image license is expired.
Your marketing director wants to see a group of images for the new campaign. You gather them together and add them to an email. Oh no! They take up too much space. You're going to have to zip them.
Eek. You know how much your boss hates dealing with zip files.
An urgent request comes in from a partner. They need a product image ASAP for a deadline. Not only did you get an email but also a text to make sure you saw it in time.
You have to put down your book or hit pause on your favorite show to dig up some files.
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