PickFu began in 2008 when its co-founders Justin Chen and John Li were working on another business. As serial entrepreneurs, they understood their own strengths and weaknesses. And whenever the two disagreed, they wanted a fast, informed way to break the tie. As software engineers, they built it.
While Justin and John focused on their other venture, PickFu sat on the back burner. But like all the best things on the internet, people discovered it. Customers used the polling platform and shared it with their friends. They found new and interesting ways to harness its power. And by listening to real people, the co-founders realized they had built something truly useful for businesses of all shapes and sizes.
Since then, PickFu has grown to thousands of customers across industries like e-commerce, mobile app development, publishing, insurance, and marketing. Customers have run hundreds of thousands of polls, gathering insights about product features, logos, graphic design, user interfaces, copywriting, and so much more.
Since the beginning of our journey, PickFu’s customers have shown us the way. Just like our customers benefit from respondent insights, we benefit from customer insights.
We are always curious to hear feedback on what we can do better, how we can be more beneficial, and where we’re getting it right.
Both PickFu’s name and logo were decided upon after thorough testing. The suffix -fu means mastery, and we depend on real feedback to become masters of our art. Our own platform continually fuels our decisions about how we operate as a company.
At PickFu, we seek creative and collaborative team members who share our enthusiasm for remote work, automation, and flexibility.