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Kapwing is a collaborative platform for creating images, videos, and gifs

Jobs at Kapwing

Kapwing empowers digital storytellers and entertainers. It’s an online image and video platform that helps creators make and share modern media from the browser. Our products enable teams to work together and produce higher-quality visual content faster with collaborative simple tools. We’re also a series A startup backed by top tier investors. We’re growing our team and, if you love beautiful design and web development, would love for you to consider joining!
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Full-stack Web Developer

Posted 1 month ago
  • Define, build, and launch full-stack features (React, Node, Express, and Python) for one of the world's most popular cloud-based video editors.
  • Implement new features and improvements to Kapwing’s Studio and other core products

Backend & Infrastructure Senior Developer

Posted 4 months ago
  • Architect systems to scale our cloud video processor to millions of creators. Solve key engineering challenges related to performance, reliability, and precision of video edits.
  • Research new technologies for step-function improvments in cost, uptime, and other performance metrics

Senior Product Manager

Posted 4 months ago
  • Evangelize vision for product with the team. Communicate about releases, milestones, and velocity.
  • Define product requirements and designs for new features. Define expected behavior for bugs.

Director, Kapwing for EDU

Posted 1 month ago
  • Product (15%): Represent teachers and students in our product roadmap
  • Privacy: Ensuring compliance and proper handling of student data

Latest Stories and News

Memers are making deepfakes, and things are getting weird

  • MIT Technology Review
  • 1 month ago

Easy-to-make deepfake memes are showing up on Twitter, Instagram, and especially TikTok. The rapidly increasing accessibility of this technology raises new concerns about its abuse.

Grace Windheim created a tutorial about how to make deepfake memes and 200,000 creators have now used the Kapwing app meme template.

Memers are making deepfakes, and things are getting weird