Mapillary is a finalist in “Graphic Design and Data Visualization” category in Fast Company’s Design Awards, you can take a look at the other finalists here. For what is worth, I will be talking in Budapest a little bit of our redesign and design process at Mobilweekend this coming Thursday. See you there!
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Today we updated our jobs page. We’re currently on the lookout for three positions:
1. Global Business Operations Lead
2. Front-End Developer
3. DevOps Engineer
Since we’re already a distributed team, remote work is also possible if you don’t want to relocate to Sweden. If you’re interested in one of these, just reach out in an email with your CV and references. By the way, if you know me, you might as well contact me directly to clarify things.
Mapillary is a 20-something people big, financially stable product company. I’m emphasizing this because if you’re used to agency style work, this will be night and day. 🙂 Come, join us!
Yesterday I posted this on Twitter:
It is happening! pic.twitter.com/40G6VPmvpz
— angelday (@angelday) July 19, 2016
We’re in the last stretches to finish up the new product, so take one good look again on the current one. update: it’s out, I’m writing a detailed article on the design decisions. In the mean time you can access the old site here.
A startup out of Malmo, Sweden called Mapillary is using crowdsourced photos to create an open source, B2B database to compete with Google’s Street View, and today the company announced a Series A round of funding from an impressive list of backers to help make that ambition a reality.
The $8 million from Atomico, Sequoia, LDV Capital, and PlayFair will be used to expand operations outside of its home base of Malmo, including a new office in San Francisco, and also to hire more staff, such as computer vision engineers to supercharge the kind of data that can been gleaned from Mapillary’s image library.
Fantastic news to come to work to.