Aerotime is reinventing calendar to make humans be effective, not busy.
A modern calendar that helps people prioritize their work by goal setting, time blocking and reducing fragmentation created by randomly placed meeting and distracting Slack messages.
Aerotime helps you create key goals for the week, helps you break it down into tasks and meetings, streamline calendar to support and align your team around it. This leads to people being effective and not busy.
Hard problems we are solving:
Individuals and teams trust Aerotime to help them find flow and run at their peak efficiency, prioritizing work that is important and makes them happy!
We're a design and engineering driven team with experience at LinkedIn and Amazon.
Backed by: Y Combinator, Sequoia, Nexus, SOMA, Nir Eyal, Damien Coullon, Akshay Kothari
Aerotime is building a beautiful, fast, and goal-driven calendar that enables humans to be effective and not just busy. Read more on Aerotime's vision in the "why join" section.
You'll be dealing with the complexities of designing something from the ground up, helping humans achieve productivity goals like never before - keeping the product exceptionally intuitive and straightforward.
Complexities we face every day:
If you join us, you'll be a founding team member who helps define:
Interesting technical problems:
Tools we use: GitHub, Mixpanel, DataDog, Linear, Notion, Slack, Figma, Intercom and a few others.
Breakdown of interview rounds:
Preliminary conversation (30 min): This is where we understand your motivation to join an early-stage productivity company and look at some of your past work. Expect questions on why you took certain decisions in your existing designs.
Whiteboarding together (90 min): We will work on a problem together where you'll be expected to create prototypes out of a complex end-to-end workflow. The idea here is not to reach a perfect solution (we realize that can't be done in 1.5 hours) but to understand how to break down the problem and what kind of questions you ask.
Compatibility (60 min): One round with someone from the engineering team to see how you work with cross functions outside of product and design.
Product/Culture (90 min): Expect questions about product thinking and understanding what gives you joy in life.