ABOUT

Based in Workbar

in Cambridge, MA

Supported in part by

The E14 Fund

WHAT IS SIX QUESTIONS?

Six Questions is the place for notable people to answer their fans and followers' top questions on video. During each guest's feature, anyone can submit questions, vote up questions they want answered, and share their questions to get more votes. Afterwards, the guest answers the people's top-voted five questions plus their choice, on video. It's the most democratic, authentic, and fun way to engage people.

Questions? Nominate our next guest? Just want to chat?
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TEAM

DREW HARRY

CO-FOUNDER, TECHNICAL LEAD

I received my PhD from the MIT Media Lab in 2012. For the six years I was at the lab, I designed, built, and studied the use of what I called “complementary communication systems” — technologies that helped people have conversations around a shared experience like a conference call, panel session at a conference, or small classroom discussion. The most successful of these systems was backchan.nl, a service which has been used in over a thousand conferences, and generated nearly 25,000 real-time questions from over 16,000 users. Before coming to the Media Lab, I started a Y Combinator-backed startup called Thinkature. We built a web-based white-board platform where small groups could think together in the ways that a team might work around a whiteboard.

FRANCES YUN

CO-FOUNDER, DESIGN LEAD

My career path is pretty varied, and I like it that way! I graduated from Harvard College in 2010 with a B.A. in Economics and a Secondary Field in Computer Science. My first job was writing SQL as a Business Intelligence Analyst. I quit after a year to design mobile apps, and discovered a love for user experience design and consumer products. I led the web and mobile app design of Careem, a private car booking service, Shop Together, a mobile app for shared shopping lists, and consulted on the product and design for several startups. I then worked as a User Experience Designer at Nokia, where I led the concept design of new product features, before leaving to co-found Six Questions.