We’re pleased to announce that Adam Pash is now a Partner at Postlight.
Adam joined Postlight in 2016, quickly distinguishing himself as an empathetic, quality-driven engineering leader. A pragmatic thinker with a love of craft, Adam has led some of Postlight’s most important and successful relationships, including the Obama Foundation, Mozilla, and Barnes & Noble, among others.
At Postlight, Adam found a place to grow his leadership skills. In Adam, Postlight found a leader. He has proven again and again to be a true strategic peer for our clients. His willingness to step out of executing and have a frank conversation about finding the right path is invaluable. Postlight is maturing into a firm that delivers exceptional digital platforms driven by big thinking.
Adam also heads Postlight Labs, the division of the firm where we prove out ideas and experiment with cutting–edge technologies. Under his stewardship, we’ve brought process and rigor to how we explore new technologies–and as a result we’ve released a wide array of tools and experiments, from the ubiquitous Mercury Parser to engaging consumer products like Yap and Textmoji. Adam turned Labs into a whole-company effort, actively seeking input across the firm, and then making sure that ideas turned into reality on schedule.
Alongside his accomplishments in technology, Adam is a writer. Before Postlight, he was Editor-In-Chief of Lifehacker and Director of Editorial Labs at Gawker Media. He’s written books and for publications like Wired and Popular Science before transitioning more deeply into technology.
As we look ahead, we’re excited to have Adam’s combination of tech chops and thoughtful strategic thinking to help guide Postlight’s growth.
Postlight is a team of creative people working together to design and build great digital products—and we’re always looking for talented people to join the team.