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Design


How We Made Our Recruiting Animations

Once a year, we refresh our employer brand materials with new art and words so our Recruiting Team has cool stuff to take out into the world and find us some new MailChimp team members. This year, that included all new print ads, billboards, swag, a booth design, a magazine, and a video…

Getting Hired for Design at MailChimp

If you had to describe MailChimp in visuals, you might use a paint drip billboard, a Freddie made of moss or basmati rice, and about a hundred different T-shirt designs. Then again, maybe you’d use a skateboard deck, a temporary tattoo of Grace Hopper, or a neon sign about coffee inspired by Dave Grohl.

Also part of design: our product, an automation platform designed to be fun, good-looking, and above all, easy to use.

What does it take to make a MailChimp designer? We asked the people who do the hiring.

The Life of a MailChimp Ad

Earlier this month, the AJC Decatur Book Festival brought together more than 85,000 people and hundreds of authors just a few miles from our office. Congressman John Lewis gave the keynote address, roughly coinciding with the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom as well as the release of his new graphic …

Introducing MailChimp’s New Editor

12/7/2012: We just rolled out some updates to the new editor. Read about them here. I was kidnapped! All I remember is that one day I was quietly working at my desk in the UX department, and the next I was relocated to a secret office with a small, multidisciplinary team of other chimps. At …