We’re a start-up turned app design and development studio working remotely in the US.
We have a funky little office in Charleston, SC, but we're a remote-first team made up of folks from all over the country. We’re developers, designers, product managers, project managers, writers, marketers, and admins. But we’ve also been teachers, social workers, soccer bloggers, restaurant managers, and journalists. We use our varied experiences to empathize with customers, dream up new designs, and solve tough problems for our clients.
We’re best at launching new products and helping experienced founders and teams improve the products they already have. Our clients hail from all backgrounds and states, too, and we’ll work with you no matter where you’re from.
The name Krit comes from a design crit, or critique, and the principles that drive it. We realize there’s always room for improvement, and we know that together we can accomplish more than any one of us could accomplish on our own.
Our fearless leader. He handles new business, client strategy, and the blog. He also has a knack for tripping over his own feet.
Partner / Creative Director
Our lead designer. He’s also our resident musician. He plays the banjo, ukulele, guitar and harmonica.
Laura writes for the blog and newsletter. She lives in Chattanooga with her husband and pup, and she's usually outside somewhere.
When not managing projects, Bina loves to cook and enjoys experimenting with new ingredients and recipes.
As a designer, Nathan thrives on variety and is passionate about helping companies build Minimum Lovable Products. Outside of work, he is usually either studying art, playing board games with family and friends or watching Netflix.
Senior Fullstack Engineer
Michael is rarely intimidated by a challenge. He relishes opportunities to help others succeed, most especially through the use of technology. When not coding, Michael’s happiest when exploring our diverse planet with his wife and two boys.
Senior Frontend Engineer
Jen is an outdoor enthusiast based in Boulder, Colorado. When she is not writing code, Jen enjoys riding horses, backpacking and snowboarding.
Victoria is based in Greenville, South Carolina and when not working she loves to be outside on long runs with her husband and dog.
We’re public about where our money goes and how we do what we do. We face tough conversations, pull back the curtain on company inner-workings, and talk through potential issues before they’re a big deal.
We set ambitious goals but not at the expense of profitability. We push ourselves and we know our limits. We know when to be serious and when to have fun. And we set healthy boundaries and make time to recharge.
We’re mindful of our work’s impact, and we support our employees financially, emotionally, and professionally. We put solutions over egos and keep our clients’ best interests in mind...even if their best interests mean a less profitable project for us. We’re actively building a more diverse team, seeking partnerships with diverse founders, and supporting racial justice and inclusion efforts.
We take time to get details right, look for ways to improve every time we create, and care deeply about the user experience. We treat client products like our own products, and we also treat our company like a product we’re refining.
We’re committed to building a diverse team from all over the US. This means diversity of race, gender, age, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, ability, and national origin. We strongly believe in building an inclusive workplace where everyone feels safe and invited. We’ve set several Diversity & Inclusion initiatives including team training (via ReadySet), a book club (How to Be an Antiracist by Ibram X. Kendi), and improved hiring processes.We’re also a fully transparent company; we share our finances, salaries, pipeline, and more.
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We look for applicants who are self-motivated, enthusiastic, and great communicators. If that’s you, check out our open positions and read more about what it’s like to be a Kritter.