Campsite raises $2.6m to break down silos at work
Campsite helps teams follow progress on projects, share and organize async feedback, and cross-pollinate the best ideas across an organization.
We’re breaking down silos at work
When people work in isolation, they miss out on the serendipitous cross-pollination of great ideas, waste time on work that another team has already figured out, and ultimately create disconnected experiences for their customers.
Campsite breaks down silos, helping people to discover work-in-progress and share async feedback across team and product boundaries.
We're building best-in-class tools to help modern software teams:
Create visibility by helping anyone in a company easily see what's happening across an organization.
Share and organize async feedback by simplifying and automating remote decision-making.
Create meaningful social connections by providing a space to cross-pollinate great ideas, resources, and best-practices.
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We’re hiring full-stack engineers
We’re hiring full-stack engineers!
You will be building and shipping new features often, working across our Ruby backend and Next.js + TypeScript frontend.
Our team is small, which means you will play a key role in shaping product direction and defining how Campsite should work.
You will love this role if you work autonomously, love talking to customers, bias towards shipping, and hate being blocked. We’re a small team, and the most exciting foundational building blocks are waiting to be built.
You should be excited about the idea of crafting reliable and beautiful engineering solutions that can be leveraged to ship better, faster, and more robust software.
→ Learn more about our values, tech stack, and benefits
About the team
Hey, I'm Brian!
Before starting Campsite I spent three years leading design for GitHub's native mobile apps.
Before GitHub, I co-founded Spectrum, a platform for large-scale communities to have better public conversations. Spectrum was acquired by GitHub in 2018.
And before Spectrum, I designed payments experiences at Facebook, working across Facebook, Messenger, WhatsApp, and Instagram. I originally cut my teeth as the first product designer at Buffer.
I also co-host the Design Details Podcast, a weekly conversation about design process and culture.
Side projects have played an outsized role in my growth as maker. Some of my favorite projects are Staff Design, Better Hacker News, Security Checklist, App Dissection, and my Figma plugins.
I’m excited to share that Campsite has raised $2.6 million in seed funding. This round is being led by Nat Friedman, alongside Caffeinated Capital, and Cursor Capital.
Campsite is also supported by world-class designers and technologists including Diogo Monica (Anchorage), Terrence Rohan (Otherwise Fund), Soleio, Mike Davidson, Matej Hrescak, Michael Grinich (WorkOS), Michael Stoppelman, Jeff Smith (Coinbase), Uncommon Projects, Jack McCloy (Amplitude), Shinji Kim (Select Star), Jesse Chand, Jeff Weinstein (Stripe), Adam Michela (Upperstudy), Kevin Kwok, Steph Engle (Snap), Maykel Loomans (Brex), Peter Johnston (Polywork), Max Stoiber (Stellate), Iheanyi Ekechukwu (PlanetScale), Molly Mielke (Moth Fund), Jordan Singer (Diagram), Effy Zhang (Cruise), Brian Shultz (Tango), Kyle Schiller, Adam Canady (Jane Street), Rebecca Grunberg, Ken Schiller (Royal), Michael Wang (GitHub), Gabriel Valdivia (Patreon), Malthe Sigurdsson (Handshake), Nitay Joffe (ActionIQ), Randy Hunt (Morning), and Raphael Schaad (Cron).
Brian, huge congrats!! Amazing news.
Congrats Brian! Can't think of someone who deserves it more than you. Excited for the future!