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#Kidtech Episode 12: Ian Chambers, CEO of Mind Candy

Click here to listen! In episode 12 of #KidTech, Mind Candy’s CEO Ian Chambers sat down with Dylan Collins in London to discuss Mind Candy’s journey after Moshi Monsters. On his 3rd anniversary as CEO of Mind Candy, Ian chats about about in-app versus physical purchasing experiences for… Read More

How we overcome location bias when brainstorming with remote teams

Working at SuperAwesome often means working with super talented people based thousands of miles away from you (we have offices in London, NYC, Chicago and LA, as well as joint ventures in Singapore, Australia and LatAm). We try to remove location bias in all that we do, but it’s not always easy, especially in the context of meetings and brainstorms. Read More

Helping developers think about privacy at SuperAwesome

Kids are spending more time on the internet every day - but the websites and apps they use were primarily designed for use by adults. At SuperAwesome, we’re focused on making the internet safer for kids. We hire the most talented developers we can find - but more often than not they have little to no experience in our very new sector. So our onboarding process has been designed to turn great software engineers into kidtech engineers, focused on the importance of privacy and children. Read More