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Brilliant

Brilliant.org

brilliant.org
Onsite or remote
San Francisco, US
Delight customers
Mission driven
Always be learning
Fight for simplicity
Candor with care
Treat people right

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Introduce us to your team

We're a tight-knit team of 5 designers and researchers working across the Brilliant experience. We meet regularly to help and support each other, stay aligned, and push our product forward. We collaborate and work closely with partners from product, engineering, content, and marketing.

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Peter Cho
VP of Design
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Linda Yang
Lead Product Designer
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Tara
Lead User Researcher
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Alex Penny
Lead Product Designer
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Habib Placencia Adissi
Senior Brand Designer

We're located across the US and meet in person at offsites a couple of times a year. Here are some scenes from our team offsite in April 2022:

What is your team mission?

At Brilliant, our mission is to inspire and develop people to achieve their goals in STEM – one person, one question, and one small commitment to learning at a time. As designers and researchers, we seek to create systems that will support an active approach to learning.

Folks at Brilliant have a wide range of backgrounds in learning STEM, from expert to novice, but we're all aligned on the importance of math and science education and our belief that helping people unlock this knowledge is empowering and impactful for society.

What is the product you’re building?

We make a product for learners of all ages that's fun, funny, and interactive. Our target users are young to mid-career adults, looking to excel at work or in school.

Courses on Brilliant are made up of bite-sized lessons where you learn through interaction. Our focus is on teaching people how to think and solve problems, not learning formulas and techniques by rote memorization.

Share an interesting side project from a team member

We're also a creative bunch who like to make things! Here's a sampling.

Habib spent a year studying type design in the Letterform Archive's Type West program. His final project Monasterio, a display serif typeface in four styles, was inspired by the sculptor of the same name. 👌

Linda shares her adventures in Cantonese and American inspired food and cooking on her Instagram @gingerscalliongarlic. 🤤

Where can we learn more about your team?

For more on the team's approach to interactive learning, see our VP of Design Peter Cho's article: The key to learning math and science online is interactive play.

For more on the team, you can also check out this slide deck and read more here.