Tiny Post lets you write over photos and turn them into stories. Take your picture, slap on a sexy filter and an elegant font, and type away. Afterwards, you can share your masterpiece with your friends on Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr. Capture a feeling, make funny pictures of your friends even funnier, and caption the world around you. Tiny Posts are hilarious, captivating, and arresting.
How will you rediscover moments and transform them into something special?
Tiny Post is part of 500 Startups accelerator program, The Designer Fund, and funded by prominent Silicon Valley angels.
Contact the the Tiny founders at email@example.com
Dick co-founded Tiny Post and ListCharming along with Melissa and leads the engineering team. Previously, Dick was at Amprius, a clean-tech company funded by Kleiner Perkins and Vantage Point Capital; at Everytrail, a trip sharing site which sold to TripAdvisor; and started Socialfly which was part of fbFund 2008. Dick holds an MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business and a MS in Aerospace Engineering. Dick hails from Holland, where he grew up eating raw herring. In his spare time he kites, plays jazz piano, and explores the limits of all things code.
Melissa is the co-founder and Lead Designer at Tiny Post. Previously, she co-founded ListCharming, a gift registry; and led product at MUBI, an award-winning social network for indie film lovers. She was a designer at IDEO and a coach at Stanford's Design School. Melissa holds an MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business and a BA from Dartmouth College.
Adrian spends his days and nights coding circles around all the other iOS developers. Before joining Tiny Post he was part of a special team of engineers that build http://viki.com, a popular subtitled video sharing site, with over 1 billion videos viewed. Adrian is from a tiny place called Singapore. He loves to spend his time feverishly churning out clean, meaningful, and intrinsicly beautiful code to satisfy his insatiable desire for perfection.
Carlos is a Software Engineer at Tiny Post. He just finished his degree in Computer Science and is eager to take the craze that is Silicon Valley by storm. Using his previous experience in C++, Prolog and Haskell, Carlos skillfully blends efficiency and beauty in writing the the cleanest and most performant code man has ever seen. He spends his free time building exciting side-projects and pursuing the path of graphic perfection in his drawings. He absolutely loves coding, and likes to spend his free time drawing and eating cookies. Carlos hails from Madrid and owns an awesome 10 lbs alienware laptop that doubles as a home gym.
Philip is a product manager and engineer who dabbles in all things Tiny Post, ranging from strategy to microcopy. When he isn't roaming the streets of Palo Alto as Tiny Post's living advertising board, he spends his time chasing lofty product ideas in VIM and Photoshop. His command of Django, Python, Backbone and Coffeescript is used to strike fear into the hearts of our competitors. His free time is mostly spent building ambitious side-projects that try to solve the problems that he incessantly rants to his coworkers about. Philip was born and raised in Germany, where good custom demands dressing in "Lederhosen" and spirits are consumed out of oversized beer jugs.
From sunny Singapore, Jeff focuses on growth marketing and design. He keeps track of an unreasonable number of analytical metrics steering our marketing efforts and making the tweaks that help Tiny Post conquer the world. Currently a 3rd year NUS Business School Finance student taking courses at Stanford Centre for Professional Development, he enjoys the internet tech startup business and has tried himself at various ventures. He absolutely enjoys the American dream of driving a convertible on the freeway.
Kathleen is a design and marketing intern with Tiny Post. She studies theatre and advertising at Schreyer Honors College of Penn State. Last year, she took a leave of absence from college to work with OneSchool as their Director of Marketing. She was in the third batch of 500 Startups, where she first fell in love with the Tiny team. When she's not in front of a computer screen, she enjoys playing piano, hiking Los Gatos with friends, and stumbling upon new adventures.