So you’re interested in joining SuperAwesome.
You probably already fell in love with our mission – “Making the internet a safer place for kids” – and our values, and you might have read how last year we ranked as one of the fastest growing companies in UK. You know that investors believe in us, that we’re really innovating the kidtech industry, and that over 250 companies use our technology to ensure safe digital engagement with kids around the world. .
The good news is that we’re always looking for great engineers – and the other good news is that I’m here to help to familiarise you with our hiring process.
The challenge presented by kids spending time on YouTube has been well-documented over the last few months. Ultimately, the platform was designed for adults, so there are limits to what content safeguards YouTube can put in place for the under-13 audience. Today, we’re stepping in to help by rolling out our SafeFam content certification for YouTubers with young audiences.
Safer Internet Day’s messaging this year is to “Create, connect and share respect: A better internet starts with you” – and no one wants this more than the latest generation. We’re proud to celebrate Safer Internet Day on the industry’s biggest kid-safe social-content platform, PopJam.
With millions of kids engaging with hundreds of channels, we asked them to give us their tips for online safety. Continue reading
Children have always used art to explore the boundaries of their imagination whether that be with finger paint, sketching under the covers – or now, more recently, using digital art platforms and tablets. While Gen X-ers might see something to mourn in the switch from real-life creativity to online exploration, the basic beauty of curiosity and creativity still exists on the digital playground. On PopJam, we see this most clearly in the evolution of Original Characters.
So, what are they?
On PopJam, we don’t collect data on our users. Our kid-safe content sharing platform for under 13s is fully COPPA and GDPR compliant, and we have an active and creative community who love to offer their thoughts on the digital world around them.
We started a discussion about what worries them about being online and here are their top five fears.
Want to know which trends will be driving kids crazy in 2018? Then you need to ask the experts – the kids themselves!
PopJam – our kid-safe, content-sharing platform for under-13s – isn’t just a moderated and creative walled garden, it’s also a window into the minds of kids. As a COPPA and GDPR compliant product we don’t collect any data on our users, but we never stop learning from them or asking for their thoughts.
At the end of December we asked kids what they thought the biggest trends of 2017 were – and here’s what they came up with.
There is a growing realisation that today’s internet is built on legacy technology designed for adults , rather than kids. Although there has been plenty of coverage about content, there are bigger issues with the technology behind the content. By the time a child turns 13, (adult) advertising tech companies will have collected an astounding 72 million data-points on them, unintentional but increasingly dangerous. Continue reading