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ABOUT VECTR\n\nFor graphic designers (both newbies and pros) who are unhappy with Adobe’s bloated products, Vectr is a graphic design platform with a low learning curve and built-in collaboration. Unlike PhotoShop or Adobe Illustrator, Vectr is easy to learn and use. Collaboration works just like Google-docs, and you can use Vectr as both a web app or downloadable desktop app.\n\nWe’re a young company and this is an opportunity to join us at the earliest stages. We’re still in beta, our product has plenty of rough edges, and we’re looking for someone ambitious to help us shape what Vectr will become. You’ll be helping make design possible for people like Sarah: https://vectr.com/blog/vectr-meet-sarah/\n\nThis job is located in Taipei, Taiwan. We’ll take care of your work visa, and we’ll help you relocate - you don’t need to worry about any of that. Although we all live in Taipei, we work remotely during the week, which is why we wanted to post this here in remoteOK.\n\nGROWTH / MARKETING + COMMUNITY\n\nWe’re looking for a growth marketer who’s also great writer, has got a love of design, and finds the book “Lean Analytics” (http://leananalyticsbook.com/) riveting.\n\nYou’ll be creating, leading, and implementing Vectr’s growth strategy; this includes user onboarding and retention. You’ll configuring and managing analytics, and manging Vectr’s emails. You’ll need knowledge and hands-on experience with email platforms, and analytics tools. You’ll manage SEO, our social media profiles, support tickets, any writing for our blog, and any guest writing we do elsewhere.\n\nObviously, that’s a lot of writing, which is why we’re looking for a marketer who loves to write.\n\nCOMPANY CULTURE / HOW WE WORK\n\nWe’ve got a unique company culture. We all live in the same city - Taipei, Taiwan! - but we actually work remotely. Typically we’ll meet up twice a week, each Tuesday afternoon, in an awesome cafe.\n\nOur work process is a (very simplified) version of Scrum, in two week sprints. During the two week sprint we’ll have two Tuesday meetings; one at the half-way mark, and the other at the sprint’s end. During the first meeting we just take the opportunity to work in the same room for a day. it’s a great chance to ask questions or get some help. During the second meeting we’ll test and deploy work from the previous sprint, then prepare for the next sprint. After that meeting is over, we all go get a beer to celebrate a sprint well done!\n\nBetween these Tuesday meetings each team member works independently, from coffee shops around the city.\n\nWHO'S BACKING US\n\nWe’re backed by investment from Resolute Ventures (http://resolute.vc/), Interaction Ventures (http://www.interaction.vc/), Hedgewood Capital (http://www.hedgewood.com/), iNovia Capital (http://inovia.vc/), Michael Lints (http://www.michaellints.com/), and Guillermo Rauch (https://github.com/rauchg).\n\nThese investors include the man who built WordPress’ business-side, the lead investor in WordPress’ first round of funding, a number of practicing entrepreneurs, extremely successful former entrepreneurs, and some top developer talent.\n\nBesides being an investor, Guillermo Rauch is also an advisor. Guillermo is the creator of socket.io, the author of Smashing Node.js: JavaScript Everywhere, and CTO of CloudUp (now WordPress).\n\nThe founder of Pixlr, Ola Sevandersson, is also an advisor. Ola single-handed built, designed, and grew Pixlr part-time before the company was acquired by Autodesk.\n\nExtra tags: growth, marketing, growth hacker, community


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ABOUT VECTR\n\nFor graphic designers (both newbies and pros) who are unhappy with Adobe’s bloated products, Vectr is a graphic design platform with a low learning curve and built-in collaboration. Unlike PhotoShop or Adobe Illustrator, Vectr is easy to learn and use. Collaboration works just like Google-docs, and you can use Vectr as both a web app or downloadable desktop app.\n\nWe’re a young company and this is an opportunity to join us at the earliest stages. We’re still in beta, our product has plenty of rough edges, and we’re looking for someone ambitious to help us shape what Vectr will become. You’ll be helping make design possible for people like Sarah: https://vectr.com/blog/vectr-meet-sarah/\n\nThis job is located in Taipei, Taiwan. We’ll take care of your work visa, and we’ll help you relocate - you don’t need to worry about any of that. Although we all live in Taipei, we work remotely during the week, which is why we wanted to post this here in remoteOK.\n\nINTERFACE DESIGNER (WITH HTML/CSS SKILLS)\n\nWe’re looking for a designer to help us make Vectr the most beautiful designed, and most importantly the most usable editor there is. This includes working on the design of the app, as well as the vectr.com website, our HTML emails, and any other branding.\n\nYour HTML/CSS skills should be good enough to get your designs into a fully coded static prototype. Basic JavaScript skills would be a nice bonus, but not required.\n\nMore than just a good eye for design, you’ll be responsible for measuring and optimizing Vectr’s usability. We take usability very seriously, and it’ll be your responsability to make sure that Vectr’s usability is always better this week than it was last. We’ll buy you a copy of some usability testing software, then set you loose interviewing users.\n\nCOMPANY CULTURE / HOW WE WORK\n\nWe’ve got a unique company culture. We all live in the same city - Taipei, Taiwan! - but we actually work remotely. Typically we’ll meet up twice a week, each Tuesday afternoon, in an awesome cafe.\n\nOur work process is a (very simplified) version of Scrum, in two week sprints. During the two week sprint we’ll have two Tuesday meetings; one at the half-way mark, and the other at the sprint’s end. During the first meeting we just take the opportunity to work in the same room for a day. it’s a great chance to ask questions or get some help. During the second meeting we’ll test and deploy work from the previous sprint, then prepare for the next sprint. After that meeting is over, we all go get a beer to celebrate a sprint well done!\n\nBetween these Tuesday meetings each team member works independently, from coffee shops around the city.\n\nWHO'S BACKING US\n\nWe’re backed by investment from Resolute Ventures (http://resolute.vc/), Interaction Ventures (http://www.interaction.vc/), Hedgewood Capital (http://www.hedgewood.com/), iNovia Capital (http://inovia.vc/), Michael Lints (http://www.michaellints.com/), and Guillermo Rauch (https://github.com/rauchg).\n\nThese investors include the man who built WordPress’ business-side, the lead investor in WordPress’ first round of funding, a number of practicing entrepreneurs, extremely successful former entrepreneurs, and some top developer talent.\n\nBesides being an investor, Guillermo Rauch is also an advisor. Guillermo is the creator of socket.io, the author of Smashing Node.js: JavaScript Everywhere, and CTO of CloudUp (now WordPress).\n\nThe founder of Pixlr, Ola Sevandersson, is also an advisor. Ola single-handed built, designed, and grew Pixlr part-time before the company was acquired by Autodesk.\n\nExtra tags: design, designer, html, css


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# How do you apply?\n\n This job post is older than 30 days and the position is probably filled. Try applying to jobs posted recently instead.
This job post is archived and the position is probably filled. Please do not apply.
ABOUT VECTR\n\nFor graphic designers (both newbies and pros) who are unhappy with Adobe’s bloated products, Vectr is a graphic design platform with a low learning curve and built-in collaboration. Unlike PhotoShop or Adobe Illustrator, Vectr is easy to learn and use. Collaboration works just like Google-docs, and you can use Vectr as both a web app or downloadable desktop app.\n\nWe’re a young company and this is an opportunity to join us at the earliest stages. We’re still in beta, our product has plenty of rough edges, and we’re looking for someone ambitious to help us shape what Vectr will become. You’ll be helping make design possible for people like Sarah: https://vectr.com/blog/vectr-meet-sarah/\n\nThis job is located in Taipei, Taiwan. We’ll take care of your work visa, and we’ll help you relocate - you don’t need to worry about any of that. Although we all live in Taipei, we work remotely during the week, which is why we wanted to post this here in remoteOK.\n\nJAVASCRIPT DEVELOPERS\n\nWe’re looking for JavaScript generalists. You’ll be working alongside the best; our team’s ex-LearnBoost, ex-Mozilla, and ex-Ubuntu senior developers.\n\n- Node\n- elem (web asset mangement)\n- socket.io\n- JavaScript, JavaScript, JavaScript\n\nWe’ve built almost everything from scratch, so we’re looking for the type of person that gets excited by hard problems. As you can imagine building a vector graphics editor in JavaScript can be tough.\n\nCOMPANY CULTURE / HOW WE WORK\n\nWe’ve got a unique company culture. We all live in the same city - Taipei, Taiwan! - but we actually work remotely. Typically we’ll meet up twice a week, each Tuesday afternoon, in an awesome cafe.\n\nOur work process is a (very simplified) version of Scrum, in two week sprints. During the two week sprint we’ll have two Tuesday meetings; one at the half-way mark, and the other at the sprint’s end. During the first meeting we just take the opportunity to work in the same room for a day. it’s a great chance to ask questions or get some help. During the second meeting we’ll test and deploy work from the previous sprint, then prepare for the next sprint. After that meeting is over, we all go get a beer to celebrate a sprint well done!\n\nBetween these Tuesday meetings each team member works independently, from coffee shops around the city.\n\nWHO'S BACKING US\n\nWe’re backed by investment from Resolute Ventures (http://resolute.vc/), Interaction Ventures (http://www.interaction.vc/), Hedgewood Capital (http://www.hedgewood.com/), iNovia Capital (http://inovia.vc/), Michael Lints (http://www.michaellints.com/), and Guillermo Rauch (https://github.com/rauchg).\n\nThese investors include the man who built WordPress’ business-side, the lead investor in WordPress’ first round of funding, a number of practicing entrepreneurs, extremely successful former entrepreneurs, and some top developer talent.\n\nBesides being an investor, Guillermo Rauch is also an advisor. Guillermo is the creator of socket.io, the author of Smashing Node.js: JavaScript Everywhere, and CTO of CloudUp (now WordPress).\n\nThe founder of Pixlr, Ola Sevandersson, is also an advisor. Ola single-handed built, designed, and grew Pixlr part-time before the company was acquired by Autodesk.\n\nExtra tags: javascript, node


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