Max pulls the user experience together for Remote Social; you’ll often find him behind the computer designing screens and thinking out loud as he imagines himself as someone else using the product for the first time.
Right now, he is currently designing many new features for the platform that will soon be available.
His background has been in bartending to industrial design and furniture design before landing into user experience design. Slowing, Max is becoming a bit of a jack of all trades.
Definitely Bad Blends. It breaks down barriers quickly. It's a game where I crack-up way too easily.
Why yes….. yes I do have a cupboard office.
Jeans mostly, even when working from home. I would feel too relaxed working in sweatpants or PJ’s.
We have an experienced team, and we have fun; it's a great environment to work in. I enjoy helping build this product that allows people to stay connected easier in a remote or hybrid environment. Everyone working here lives that remote life, or that hybrid life, so we all get it.
Time travel, I would be a tourist in every time period.
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