Using dropbox for images and templates

We have an expanding library of images, soon to be joined by templates in Microsoft Publisher format, for producing leaflets and posters to promote club membership.

These resources may be freely used by authorised EBU affiliated clubs to support membership campaigns.

Access to the resources is via Dropbox, an internet-based storage service. In order to access the service:

  1. You need a Dropbox account. A free account is sufficient. This is the Basic account here:
  2.  Contact me, tim(at), with your club’s name or EBU number and the email address you are using with Dropbox.
  3. I will add you to the list of those able to access the resources.

More about Dropbox

We are using Dropbox because it is a more convenient way to access images than downloading them from a web page, and works on all computer systems. You can still use a web browser if you  prefer, but the Dropbox client synchronizes the files with your own PC or Mac, so you can use them just like any other files on your system. For example, this is how it looks on Windows 10:

Permissions have been cleared for people featured in photographs for them to be used in EBU bridge marketing.

If you create a leaflet or design that you are pleased with, you may want to share it with other clubs. Our preferred format is Microsoft Publisher, as this is widely used and available. Email your design to me and I will check it and add it to the shared resources.