Present your work, your way
Each step of your businesses workflow that has a contact point with a client is an opportunity to impress them. We’ll help you ensure you’re providing a professional customer experience from start to finish.
Digital Pigeon is one of the few file transfer services that offers custom branding. With this feature, you can brand your company's pages with your own (or your client’s) branding. You can even get your own URL.
Custom branding instills confidence in your clients and oozes professionalism. Consider it the equivalent of an online handshake. Here’s how you can use our app to help you present your work, your way:
Build your brand
With the intuitive branding editor you can:
- Choose your own colour scheme
- Select your choice of font
- Add a logo with placement options
- Use a background image/photo
- Choose detailed options or stick to something minimal
- Set default preview options
Your own URL
Send files using your own unique URL. It’s like delivering documents in a personalised envelope.
Freelancer and professional plans come with your own vanity URL:
Create a unique page for your clients
Digital Pigeon gives you the option of several custom pages. So you can customise download pages according to your client’s own branding. Make them feel special.
Choose from 10 custom-branded themes on the Freelancer plan, Professional and Business plans have unlimited customisable download pages.
Brand both download & uploads
Easily customise both your company download page (when you send files to clients) and your 'receive files' page (when your clients send you files).
Custom branding is about more than making you look good. It’s also about helping you maintain the client relationships and rapport you’ve built.
Multiple presentation modes
Choose from a variety of ways to display your files on screen. This makes it simple for your clients to see your work displayed in the optimal way.
Give clients the full HD experience
Do you work in HD? Digital Pigeon’s instant media previews can accommodate 1080p video and display it the way it was meant to be shown. Retina ready previews are also no problem.