We believe in software that’s beautiful and easy to use, content that doesn’t clog up the Internet, and a workplace that’s a joy to come to every day.
Come join a group of incredibly talented and friendly people (and dogs!) who care about building something amazing.
"I'm no Martha Stewart, but I really like crafting."
My four kids and I enjoy the whole process: finding inspiration, planning the project, putting it all together. Their beaming faces at the end make every project worth it.
"Emotion is power."
On a mission to strip the stigma from the word “emotional” in the workplace. I’m a sucker for disruptive ideas and believe my role as a leader is to empower the brilliant people around me.
"I want to help make the tech industry more diverse."
I help young and underrepresented people get involved as a mentor with Coder Dojo, and I speak at events to foster female engineers and break the glass ceiling.
"I'm writing a very silly book."
It's about my adventures in digital media: magazine internships, failed entrepreneurship, and many WTF moments of wonder.
"I taught myself to bake when I was a kid."
Baking gets a bad rap for not being as creative as cooking, but once you nail down the basics, you can make all sorts of interesting stuff. Pies are my specialty!
"I'm a networking machine."
Some folks learn math and science in school...My time at Michigan gave me top-notch communication skills and it's where I developed my passion for selling. Go Blue!
"I like long walks, short algorithms, and old school rap."
Whenever possible I try to base my code on the intricate geometric lyrics of the Wu-Tang Clan.
"I put people first."
Efficient processes fuel successful business, but motivated workers are key. I put my personal touch into managing our remote teams because empathy is free, and a little wit goes a long way.
But the best perk—the one that really matters—is working with a group of smart, collaborative, fun people who believe in this company and in its mission. If that sounds like the kind of place for you, give us a shout: