When undertaking a branding or website design project, you will eventually realize that you have to send large design files to the website designer. These files may be Adobe Illustrator or Photoshop files.
Chances are, you have had great difficulties sending such large files through your email account. Even if you were successful in sending the file, pretty soon your email quota may reach its limit and you would have to start deleting some of your email. What then is the better way of sending large files online? You utilize an online file sharing service. Here are a couple of these services:
Our personal favourite way of quickly sending moderately large files to someone is using Google Drive Attachments. It is a very popular and secure online file sharing service that allows you to easily send large files and email attachments.
2. pCloud Transfer
This is another popular way of sending extremely large files online. You simply enter your email address, the recipient’s email address, upload your file and click send. The recipient would receive an email containing the file download link.
With Dropbox, you can send large file types to anyone on any device. When sharing with another Dropbox user, create a shared link. Recipients will be able to view and download your file – even if they don’t have a Dropbox account.
Share folders and files immediately after they upload. MediaFire makes it easy to share through email, on your website, social media, messenger, or anywhere with a link.
Each of the services we listed above contains different features, so you would have to do your research to find the one that suits you best.