Ed Moss

Ed Moss

NYC Growth Designer at AngelList Joined almost 11 years ago via an invitation from Jan C. Ed has invited Aaron Monson

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  • Posted to Show DN: Easy Resume, Oct 02, 2019

    Hey everyone,

    I'm launching Easy Resume to help job-seekers spice up their resume and stand out from the crowd. There's quite a few of these resume builders out there sure, but after receiving some feedback from our designs and others alike, I realized people really gravitated to the creativity and simplicity of our style so we built a simple app to help job seekers build their resume fast and efficiently.

    What you can expect from our initial launch:

    • Launch sale for 50% off! Get 1 year of access for just $30 (comes out to $2.50/month).

    • We're just getting started with an initial set of 9 resume templates, but we're hoping to increase this to 15 by the end of the year. Either way, once you sign up, you can create unlimited resumes.

    • Free for college/university students! Just sign in with your .edu email address (currently only supports Google accounts).

    • Share your resume with recruiters and hiring managers using a shareable link.

    • In the future, you can expect more resume templates, colors, cover letters, resume and job-description keyword parsing, microsites, mobile/responsive resume builder, how-to-guides & other awesome features and content.

    • Curious about the tech stack? We used Firebase, Next.js, Now, React, Styled Components (with Rebass) and MDX to build both the product and marketing website.

    Questions or feedback? Reach out via Twitter — https://twitter.com/easyresumeio

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  • Posted to Side Project: UserTesters.io, Jun 12, 2018

    My latest project, UserTesters.io, is an effort for connecting entrepreneurs and tech startups with qualified candidates who are looking to make an extra bit of cash from participating in usability tests.

    The problem that I faced was finding difficulty sourcing candidates when testing new product ideas and prototypes. Either I was required to go through an expensive recruiting firm or user testing service, reach out to friends and family, or buy someone a coffee at Starbucks in exchange for some valuable feedback.

    My goal is to make this easier for people in my situation or for entrepreneurs/teams who just don’t have access to thousands of users they can easily source from. And to also be able to provide people an extra form of revenue by offering their feedback in exchange for testing prototypes, apps and websites.

    If you have any direct feedback, I would love to learn more about it! You can also tweet me @mosstache

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  • Posted to Interview with David Lee, Chief Creative Officer at Squarespace, Jun 20, 2016

    Great interview Jeremy!

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  • Posted to The Life of a Graphic Designer by Ed Moss, Jul 21, 2015

    A book I created back in college, thought I'd share it. You'll need to zoom out to view the entire book.

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  • Posted to Show DN: Post a link to your Portfolio, Sep 19, 2014

    Put this together over a weekend, not satisfied but does the job...for now.


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  • Posted to Ask DN: Beautifully designed magazines, Sep 17, 2014

    Here's one of my favorite curated editorial collections:


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  • Posted to Ask DN: Who wants to be hired? (Sept 2014), in reply to Andrew Lee , Sep 16, 2014

    Hey Andrew, we're actually looking for an interactive designer at NewsCred. If you might be interested or would even just like to come in and chat for a bit, feel free to shoot me an e-mail - ed.moss@newscred.com.

    I'll also be at the DN News Meetup this Thursday if you want to stop by and grab a drink!


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  • Posted to Link to your first website?, May 30, 2014


    There's also a 2011 & 2012 version. The current one is 2013. :)

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  • Posted to Ask DN: Anyone Interested in an NYC Hackathon?, Mar 14, 2014

    I'll take two please.

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