Gentry Underwood is a designer and entrepreneur who has a passion for creating simple products that help people work together. He co-founded Mailbox, now a part of Dropbox, where he continues to build the mobile inbox that puts email in its place. Before Mailbox, Gentry led IDEO's Knowledge Sharing domain and the creation of IDEO's TUBE, an award-winning social intranet.
Gentry has a BS in human-computer interaction from Stanford University, a MA in psychology from Santa Clara University, and a MS in anthropology and community development from Vanderbilt University.
|Dec 12, 2015||Venture Beat - What’s really going on at Dropbox (an insider’s perspective)|
|Dec 8, 2015||Silicon Angle - The sun sets on Dropbox’s Mailbox and Carousel apps|
|Dec 8, 2015||The Verge - Why Mailbox died|
|Dec 7, 2015||TechCrunch - Failing To Find Users, Dropbox Will Shut Down Mailbox In February 2016 And Carousel In March|
|Dec 7, 2015||Re/code - In Retrenchment, Dropbox Closes Down Mailbox and Carousel Photo Services|
|Dec 7, 2015||Wired News - Dropbox Kills Carousel and Mailbox As It Turns Toward Businesses|
|Sep 21, 2015||TechCrunch - Drew Houston’s Mission: Get The World Working Together On Dropbox|
|Jun 24, 2015||Bloomberg - Dropbox Is Struggling and Competitors Are Catching Up|