Create and access docs quickly, keep your workspace organized, and focus on your work without distractions with a dedicated Paper desktop app. I inherited a nascent initiative and was responsible for growing and expanding its features and user base. 
Agency: Dropbox Paper In-House
Role: Product Designer
Year: 2018-2019

Collaborators: Kevin Tunc

Paper Desktop Activation Experiment

While the Paper Desktop app was in closed beta, we launched a three-way A/B test to understand the impact on new user activation in Paper Desktop's product funnel and identify a thoughtful solution for up-selling users.

Desktop Design System

In an effort for the Paper Desktop to be ready for an infrastructure migration, we revamped our design system to accomodate for new users. We did this with an incremental gain on various aspects of the product. 

Desktop Search

To support Paper 2020 doc migration into Dropbox, Paper Desktop needed to parity changes made to user's accounts on the web. This change included a new search which searched for new and legacy docs across both Dropbox and Paper.

Desktop Multi-Window

Over time, we found that there seemed to be a need for referencing completed or work-in-progress docs with many power users. So during Hackweek, I worked on designing a multi-doc experience that would enable a quicker workflow.

Desktop Beta Page

In response to users actively requesting the desktop app, I designed a series of beta milestones from closed to open. The deliverables included a beta marketing page and distribution mechanism, gradually allowing an expanded set of users into the app to improve the app's quality and feature set before the full GA release.