Besides contributing to the Open Source community, we also strive to give back to society in general and the man who helps us do this has quite a few stories to share.
Posts in Humans
Humans make up 100% of the work-force at trivago (at least for the next few years…). Get to know some of our favourite mammals here.
Four people are getting together after work to shoot a music video in the office. They were colleagues turned friends who then became a band, which might sound odd for many people, but is made possible at trivago. Meet Peter (Agile Coach) and Annie (Country Developer) who jam together whenever they can! trivago talents share […]
High-energy, vibrant, musical – these are words you might not associate with yoga. In which case you haven’t heard of Buti Yoga, yet! A mix of cardio workout, vinyasa-style yoga, dance and core training. Meet Doreh Taghavi, Business Analyst in Hotel Search, certified Buti Yoga instructor and 500-hr RYT who shares her passion every Monday when […]
Feedback is the basis for improvement. In theory, we all want to know when we’re doing things right so we can keep doing them and when we’re making mistakes so we can learn from them. In practice, we’re all human, and we like being praised as much as we dislike being criticised. Therefore, the way […]
Most people don’t think of trampolining (or jumping) as an intense sport and that’s because they’ve never attended Marina’s class. Each jumping class is a high-energy test of stamina, endurance and strength; and Marina teaches her classes with the same fervour. She’ll find your limit and push you to it as close as possible, because […]
Katherine knows how to live by the oft-quoted adage “follow your passion”. Parallel to her work in the Content Marketing department at trivago, Katherine runs her own business creating luxurious accent chairs. We met up with her to find out more about what drives her.
About one year ago Vitor Correia messaged trivago User Support to seek help with a mapping issue on his booking. Little did he know at the time that he would one day work for trivago.
Like traffic signs, Design Systems, in their standardized function can save lives, as they are built out of the core components of typography, layout, form and color, to guide us through the world.
This 6’4” / 193cm Philly native has been a sporting fixture at trivago for nearly four years.
Alexandra Jordao’s trivago journey has seen her transform from a Designer to an Editor. Her passions have propelled her around Europe, making a few stops at trivago working in different departments. We caught up with her to find out what made her return (hint: it wasn’t the weather!)