We’re a small, profitable company looking to expand our Android team to two. This role is an opportunity to work closely with a talented team and build creative tools that help people find their creativity.
What We’re Looking For
- Familiarity with the Android framework.
- Strong expertise in Kotlin (or Java).
- Experience architecting app features in a considerate manner.
- Capability to communicate effectively. We’re a small team, so communication is key.
- U.S. resident with work eligibility and 3+ years of industry experience.
What You’ll Do Day to Day
- You’ll help conceive, architect, and implement features that will delight users.
- You’ll use Kotlin and the latest technologies and strategies to build solid apps.
- You’ll write tests to make sure you don’t keep fixing the same problems.
- You’ll work closely with the designers and other developers to solve problems.
- You’ll work with the team to discover new ways to help people be creative.
Why Pixite is Cool
- We’re a bootstrapped company in our 9th year (profitable and growing) building great creative tools.
- We take a lot of inspiration from our friends at Basecamp, focusing on quality time spent on meaningful work.
- We work from all around the US. Whether it’s our favorite coffee shop, our living room, or a local co-working space (we’ll help pay for that), we pick where we work best.
- We take 4-6 week breaks for “Creative Sessions” to explore ideas in the creative space.
- We support the community by contributing to Open Source projects, sending developers to conferences, supporting creative events and encouraging side projects.
- We let you choose your own Healthcare Marketplace Gold Plan, and we pay the bill.
- We pay competitive salaries based on San Francisco rates.
If you’re interested in applying or have any questions, please contact Ryan at email@example.com.
Emily is a Big-Apple-based character designer and illustrator. She loves animation, Japanese pop culture, and the shows and video games she grew up with. When she’s not drawing for fun, she works in production for the animation team at Sesame Workshop, where she hopes to help kids grow smarter, stronger, and kinder.
I’m an artist and designer in Melbourne, Australia. My full-time job is a graphic designer for a large non-profit, but I’m just launched my own business where I work on my personal creative projects. These include creating artwork for apparel (t-shirts being the main item, and my first coloring book, Unwind with Geometry. I also am a published board game designer with three titles released so far. I love color and shape, Piet Mondrian is my favorite artist, his use of flat primary color and rectangles really resonates with me. Like a lot of folks, I have mental health hurdles, and I’ve found creating the coloring designs to be an important part of my ongoing healing.
At some point, you may want to cancel your Premium Access subscription. Here are step-by-step instructions. This works for both phone and tablet users.
- Open the Play Store app
- Tap the Options icon on the top left.
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5. Here you will be able to cancel it. Just tap “Cancel Subscription” and your subscription will not auto renew.
Our latest Featured Artist, Kim White, comes from across the pond and brings along with her some fantastic designs from her book Doodles From The Den. We hope you enjoy her designs as much as we do.
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Hi, I’m Brandon. I draw and paint all sorts of things but I’d say I’m most known for my original character, Frank Ape. I created Frank in 2011 while living in Brooklyn, New York and since then, his voice has developed into the positive, fun loving ape you see today. I live in Queens with my girlfriend and our cat Spaghetti. I hope you have as much fun coloring Frank’s universe and I had creating it!
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My name is Francine, I’m an illustrator and also photographer. I live in Canada, my husband and I moved a few months ago and one of the main reasons that brought us here is the contact with nature. Back in my country, we don’t have the opportunity to see squirrels and raccoons walking on the streets.
Our latest Featured Artist, Rachel Fox, brings her cartoon inspired characters with an interactive aspect to Pigment to see how you add your flair to the scenes.
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Brand new Featured Artist, Stephen Egts, has brought his first ever coloring book, Babesville, to Pigment. Take a minute to learn what inspires Stephen to create.
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