Seeking a frontend engineer (or full-stack with an emphasis in frontend dev) to build the Telos.AI platform with us, and shape the future of knowledge management in the workplace.
Our core tool is an "infinite canvas" that allows you to create supercharged documents unlike what you'd find in today's knowledge management tools like Confluence and even Google Docs / Dropbox Paper. Telos is kind of like a hybrid of a wiki and a whiteboard, with an AI drawing assistant we've developed to enable visual expression "at the speed of thought."
On the tech front, your responsibilities would involve building a number of features on the frontend of the tool. Some would relate to making the drawing experience as seamless as possible, like working on the smart-shape tool, aligning glyphs on the canvas, etc. You would also be working on the more 'standard features' of any document creation tool like undo/redo, third-party content-embedding on the canvas, and a really great text editor.
On the non-tech front, you're someone who can communicate (both when you're stuck and when things are going well) and is friendly -- you know, basic human stuff. :)
It would be awesome if you have your own creative ideas to bring to the table as well. What would a next-generation text editor look like? How might people communicate and collaborate via a document in ways other than comments boxes off on the side of the page? If these kind of questions sound interesting to you, and you like getting deep into interesting problems, we'd love to be in touch. If you read all the way through to the end, put the phrase "pixelated pictograms" somewhere in your application.