Team announcement

Andrew Denty Joins The Org as Senior Product Designer

Andrew Denty Joins The Org as Senior Product Designer, The Org

The Org has hired Andrew Denty as its Senior Product Designer. He will report to Head of Design Alexander Juhl Bendt and work from Copenhagen, Denmark.

In his role, he will work with the product team to craft new features and improvements. Andrew says his aim is to “ensure we’re solving the right problems for our users in the right way to create engaging, beautiful user experiences.”

When he first read about the Org, his first thought was “how has no-one done this already and how can I be involved?”

Prior to joining The Org’s team, Andrew worked at Airtame, a Danish tech startup providing wireless screen sharing for schools and businesses, where he led the design of the Airtame home screen, Airtame's Cloud platform, and the Airtame app. He also worked at Redgate in Cambridge, UK where he designed tools for Microsoft SQL Server Developers, led the development of Redgate’s Design System, and worked in an internal incubator generating and validating new business ideas in the Big Data market.

Andrew is originally from the UK and spent brief stints in the US and Australia before he moved to Copenhagen.

When he isn’t working he loves to eat his way around the world and blog about obscure subjects. On the weekends you can find him rowing his inflatable boat around Copenhagen’s harbors.

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