First thing that popped into my head was the Apple Watch.
Looks cool, but if you're actually interested in finding out who's who, it's a bit of a nightmare.
Form over function.
True, though I guess lots of product companies don't want it to be too easy to see their team and each employee's role, as it makes it a lot simpler for other companies/recruiters to know who to get in touch with.
Edit: My bad, this was actually meant as a reply for Daryl's comment. I'm very silly.
But you're right about the part that companies don't want their team online because they're afraid other companies will hire some of their team.
That may be the case but on this page the team is the focus.
This page shows that stripe as a company pays attention on every pixel of their product, which I love that.
One thing though I would also add is the position of every team member.
I love the use of colour and the animation in the header, a good example of corporate design done well.
I do love this, but can someone explain the going global graphic at the bottom of the page to me?
It's a world map realized in the form of a transit system map.