“Innovation has nothing to do with how many R&D dollars you have. When Apple came up with the Mac, IBM was spending at least 100 times more on R&D. It's not about money. It's about the people you have, how you're led, and how much you get it.” - Steve Jobs

Peer Loft is looking for a 3rd Co-Founder

Using my blog for a little recruiting ...

Peer Loft, the startup I’m now working on overtime, is making a new Software as a Service platform focused on amplifying the peripheral vision of creative professionals, by creating passively occurring transparency as modeled in the traditional artisan/designer studio of the pre-digital world.

We believe that the combination of screen focused designing tools and the increase in distributed design/creative teams is diluting the significant value that designers have when working in the analog design studio. The studio is predicated on being open. Open to interruption, intervention, interrogation and instruction without special times or places other than the moment of arbitrary connection. Peer Loft wants to bring that back and we have the design to do it.

But for us to fully succeed we need someone to join our duo and make it a trio. We need someone who can build and manage technology:

  • Experience across multiple desktop & mobile platforms (but especially to start, Apple platforms: Mac OS X & iOS).
  • Experience architecting a SaaS system that is scalable.
  • Experience with image processing, workflow, messaging, and collaboration systems.

No small taks, which is why we are so eager to find the right person to fit the bill.

While we’d prefer someone in Savannah (or who just wants to move here) we are totally open to remote options. We can’t honestly dismiss remote options when we want to build a platform meant to aid remote collaboration.

So, if you are or know someone who is a risk taker, who loves technology and who is interested in design, or just eager to find out what this design thing is all about, please email us: info@peerloft.com

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