Video calling social network to talk with friends and make new friends
We’re looking for a Product Designer with experience designing consumer apps to join our team. Bonus if you've worked with video, social, or realtime products. As a member of the design team you'll collaborate directly with our founders and engineering teams to understand, design, build, and test new product features from conception to roll out. Every week you'll ship new experiences to hundreds of thousands of users and see the impact directly.
We've raised over $18M to win socializing online for an entire generation. We work with many amazing investors including Founders Fund, Greylock, Pear, and the early investors in Facebook.
This is a unique opportunity for someone who wants to be at the ground floor of a generational Social Network. We’re a creative and fast-moving team that’s passionate about unlocking the full potential of technology to help people connect. If you are a human centric product thinker, and driven by impact at scale, we’d love to work with you!
🌈 We strongly encourage women, men, non-binary, trans, parents, non-parents, and people of all ages, ethnicities and sexual orientations to apply.
Fam is the best way to socialize on your phone in a way that's most similar to interacting in real life. We’re a social network that helps you connect with friends and new people through live video chat. We believe that the way people socially interact on their phones is fundamentally broken, and causing widespread anxiety, insecurity, and loneliness - and we have the foundation to solve that for an entire generation.
We recently hit the top of the App Store charts, and are showing early retention that mirrors Instagram in 2012 (75% d1/50% flat lined), with an average time spent of 30 minutes per user per day.
We’re building a distributed team with hubs in New York City and Los Angeles. As founders, we’ve led Product, Engineering, and Design teams at Instagram and Facebook. We’ve raised more than $3.5 million in funding from leading investors including Pear, Greylock, Y Combinator, and the early investors in Facebook.