It’s a blustery Tuesday night at Whitehawk F.C on the outskirts of Brighton and 223 fans have paid £12 to watch a National League South fixture against visitors Dartford FC. The end behind the goal is packed with the Whitehawk Ultras, a motley group of die-hard fans who travel home and away with the club, proudly singing and living every kick of the ball with the players on the pitch. Look carefully and you will often see the 197cm tall frame of artist David Shrigley stood with them, proudly wearing a red and white scarf and singing along to the boisterous, and very funny chants belted out by the fans.
This November, It’s Nice That commissioned a creative dream team to push the capabilities of Dropbox Paper, working with four global creatives from diverse disciplines to produce one ambitious project. The last article in the series shows the inner workings of poet Anna Haifisch and web developer Rifke Sadleir’s process, developing the final elements of the project to form one cohesive interactive website. Dropbox Paper is a collaborative workspace which eliminates distractions that get in the way of creativity. Because you can work with all types of content — from video, to sound to code — in Paper, you and your collaborators can easily edit and discuss all aspects of your project in one centralised place.