Hired.

A podcast about work life and company culture, and how our guests do both of those things awesomely well.

Your hosts

  1. FiftyThree

    Allen & Walker

    FiftyThree

    In this episode of Hired, Cameron sits down with FiftyThree co-founders Andrew Allen and Julian Walker. The three discuss the history of FiftyThree, how they hire, their award-winning Paper, and the just-released Pencil.

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  2. Teehan+Lax

    Geoff Teehan

    Teehan+Lax

    In this episode, Cameron sits down with Teehan+Lax cofounder, Geoff Teehan. Geoff gives his thoughts on hiring with your gut, developing the Medium project, and how Teehan+Lax came to be. With deep thoughts from the “office dog.”

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  3. Rdio

    Ryan Sims

    Rdio

    Cameron catches up with fellow designer, Ryan Sims, of Rdio. As Head of Design, Ryan discusses a wide range of topics including creative blocks, talent vs. personality in the hiring process, and transitioning from a full-time designer to manager.

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  4. Pentagram

    Michael Bierut

    Pentagram

    Michael Bierut has been a partner at Pentagram, the world's largest independent design firm, for over 20 years. His work has won hundreds of awards as well as representation in the permanent collections of MoMA. Cameron chats with him about Pentagram's culture, finding and cultivating design talent, his journey to success, and beyond.

    Sponsors:

    • Campaign Monitor
    • An Event Apart
    • InVision
    • Squarespace

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  5. ESPN

    Dan Benshoff

    ESPN

    Dan Benshoff is ESPN’s Creative Director of Digital Media. When he’s not bumping into sports celebrities on campus, Dan oversees design for desktop web, mobile web and apps for the the world’s largest sports network. He took time out of his busy schedule to chat with us about hiring practices at ESPN, what it’s like to design for millions of viewers, and much more.

    Sponsored listings:

    • Booking.com
    • Worry Free Labs

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  6. How-to Guide to Podcasting

    In the episode, we break from regular scheduling to give you a behind-the-scenes look at setting up your own successful podcast show. Hosts Sarah Parmenter and Josh Long of the Happy Monday Podcast, and Ben Orenstein of the Giant Robots Smashing Into Other Giant Robots podcast, join Cameron Moll to chat about scheduling guests, recording gear, and in-car studios in desperate times (for reals).

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  7. Typekit / Adobe

    Jeff Veen

    Typekit / Adobe

    Jeff Veen, founder of Typekit and Adobe's VP of products, chats with us about Typekit, Creative Cloud, Adobe Max, acquisitions, presentation skills, building a team, and disdain for the term 'creatives'.

    Sponsored listings:

    • InVision
    • Happy Cog

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  8. 37signals

    Jason Fried

    37signals

    Best known for Basecamp, Rework, and his question everything attitude, Jason chats with Cameron about all of those topics including an upcoming book, Remote, and why more companies should consider remote working.

    Sponsored listings:

    • Happy Cog
    • Hudl

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  9. Squarespace

    Anthony Casalena

    Squarespace

    Cameron chats with Anthony Casalena, Founder and CEO of Squarespace, about transitioning from a builder of things to a manager of a business, the fears and failures that come along with it, and three job openings at their SoHo office.

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  10. Authentic Jobs

    Moll & Spooner

    Authentic Jobs

    In this episode, Cameron Moll and Adam Spooner turn the mic on themselves and take an introspective look at how we do things at Authentic Jobs proper. We cover company culture, software setup, soccer at the beach, and thumb wrestling.

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  11. Happy Cog

    Greg Hoy

    Happy Cog

    Happy Cog CEO, Greg Hoy, discusses why attitude is a key ingredient in finding the right team members, how Happy Cog shares resources between 3 offices, why missing a button can be a bad (or good) thing, and their need for a front-end developer and an interactive designer.

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  12. Kickstarter

    Charles Adler

    Kickstarter

    In this inaugural episode, we chat with Kickstarter co-founder Charles Adler about the runaway success of crowdfunding, the DNA of Kickstarter's team, a job opening for a Product Designer, and scant banter about why so many podcasts are popping up of late.

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