Existing custom framing options are time-consuming, complex, and expensive; many people never get around to custom framing their favorite art or photos at all. We are changing all that with a curated and streamlined process along with modernized tech and manufacturing.
We make it simple and affordable to custom frame the things you love.
The problems we solve on the engineering team span eCommerce, manufacturing, logistics, and data analysis. We strive to create unique and intuitive experiences that allow customers to frame their art using powerful and easy-to-use products. We also create the tools, systems, and processes to empower our own employees in constructing great frames and an experience that customers love.
We work on continuously delivering products and iterative improvements. Along the way we keep learning and growing as a team and individuals, prototyping and experimenting to expand our capabilities. As part of a small company, each member of our team has opportunities for leadership and guiding the evolution of products we create.
Technology is key to improving custom framing.
Our current core technologies include Spree Commerce, Ruby/Rails, VueJS, PostgreSQL, AWS infrastructure, and Kubernetes. We are always on the lookout for the best ways to better empower our employees and customers while sustainably maintaining our codebase and team.
Sr Software Engineer, Team Lead
We are looking for an experienced Sr Software Engineer to lead a cross-functional product team, building web applications and integrations to help customers and employees design and manufacture frames. The focus of eCommerce vs Manufacturing will be based on the candidate's experience and team fit. This candidate can be based out of either our DC Georgetown office or our Richmond, KY manufacturing facility.
Example eCommerce projects for the team include developing streamlined frame design processes for customers, modeling new merchandise options like mat captions, and building off-site purchase integration with Instagram. Manufacturing work projects bridge eCommerce and Retail into the world of manufacturing frames, such as inventory transfers between facilities, integrating with new CNC and Laser etching machines, and facility-capability directed manufacturing work scheduling.