Day in the Life at Path: Jenny Ji

Wonder what it’s like to be a designer at a tech company that truly values design? We invite you to take a peek into one of our Bridge partners, Path, through the eyes of Design Director Jenny Ji. If you’re looking for the chance to ship great products and be part of a learning community Read more…

Day in the Life at Asana: Andrew Watterson

Wonder what it’s like to be a designer at a tech company that truly values design? We invite you to take a peek into one of our Bridge partners, Asana, through the eyes of designer Andrew Watterson. If you’re looking for the chance to ship great products and be part of a learning community with Read more…

Day in the Life at Pinterest: Jason Wilson

Wonder what it’s like to be a designer at a tech company that truly values design? We invite you to take a peek into one of our Bridge partners, Pinterest, through the eyes of Jason Wilson, Lead Product Designer. Meet Jason Wilson, Lead Product Designer at Pinterest. Jason has worn many shoes as a designer. Read more…

Day in the Life at Rdio: Ryan Sims

Wonder what it’s like to be a designer at a tech company that truly values design? We invite you to take a peek into one of our Bridge partners, Rdio, through the eyes of Ryan Sims, Head of Design. Meet Ryan Sims, Head of Design at Rdio. You may have heard his talks at Build, Read more…

The Journey Continues: Announcing Bridge Fall

For our inaugural Bridge Spring Session, hundreds of designers applied from all over the world to work on meaningful design challenges and be part of an exceptional community of designers. The demand and enthusiasm for Bridge was thrilling and we eventually connected a select group of designers to their chosen startups. Once a week, we’ve Read more…

Inside Bridge

Bridge is a designer-in-residence program that connects experienced designers with top startups in the San Francisco Bay Area. You can work on meaningful design challenges at your startup and once a week participate in workshops and talks with an exceptional community of designers. The following designers were selected among hundreds of talented designers from all Read more…

Interview with Stripe’s Ludwig Pettersson

It’s really rewarding to build something that’s so much better than what’s been out there for 10 years. Often, people think of [payments] as a solved problem, but it really isn’t. Payments is one of the hottest areas in tech right now with a multi-trillion dollar market of payment transactions. The potential for changing the Read more…

Why We Chose Dropbox

We can’t expect our product to be something we’re not. It’s a statement as simple as this that explains why we’re partnering with Dropbox on Bridge. Dropbox prides themselves on their collaborative culture. It’s their top priority. Product follows culture. Dropbox has major plans for how their product will evolve in the future. With over Read more…

Why Andrew Watterson Designs at Asana

Andrew Watterson was sure that he’d work for a design agency in New York City before stumbling upon what he calls a long shot opportunity to be a UX designer at Meebo. After three years at Meebo, Andrew found himself more of a startup guy than he ever realized. Now working with a top notch Read more…

Stripe + Bridge

Guest post by Ludwig Pettersson, designer at Stripe At Stripe, design is a core part of what we build. Whenever we work on a new product, engineers and designers work alongside each other from day one. Products aren’t built by product managers; instead the people creating the product take on this role. This gives designers Read more…