|Opportunity with pioneering NYC internet technology start-up for a world class Creative Director with web design and UX/UI background.Direct the design of a paradigm shifting web platform with application in media, education, gaming, dating, finance and more.VC backed startup that has already worked with clients such as The Economist, Harvard, Yale, McGill, Guy Kawasaki, LeanIn.org, Code.org, Museum of Natural History, The Atlantic, Forbes and TED to name a few (all while in Beta). To apply, send a cover letter and your resume to Info@ShindigEvents.com. Please include the job title in your email's subject line.|
|This position has a breadth of design and UI challenges and demands a superlative multi-talent with strong creative vision. 5+ years experience and a broad ranging portfolio of equal measures web designs and UX. Ideal candidate will be a master in graphic design, photo manipulation, animation and UI design.|
| Shindig is a NYC based startup whose proprietary technology enables large scale video chat events. On Shindig a speaker can address an audience of 1000's. They can share the stage with select audience members so to take their questions face to face in front of the entire gathering. All the while audience members are also free to discuss, engage and otherwise share in their own private video chats. It’s the dynamics of physical events at internet scale. Ideal for media events, online teaching, community building and all manner of large scale online collaboration and engagement.
Early adopters who have already utilized Shindig for their own online events include The Economist, TED, Bill Gates, Forbes, The Atlantic, The Street.com,LeanIn.org, Random House, Simon & Schuster and a host of other prominent individuals and institutions.
Company founder and CEO Steve Gottlieb is a serial entrepreneur and longtime angel tech investor. His past career highlights include founding and running one of the largest independent music companies in the US with 30 Gold, Platinum, and Multi-platinum releases to its credit.
The company has already closed $12 million in financing.