I applied through a recruiter and the process took 2 months - interviewed at Razorfish in June 2012.
Interview Details – I was initially contacted by a recruiter in San Francisco on LinkedIn about a job in Seattle. She was amazing. the job was put on hold and a new recruiter in Seattle took over the search. She was so unfriendly and unhelpful that I took myself out of the search
Interview Question – Tell me about a project you did for your clients and how they responded Answer Question
Reason for Declining – I felt like the recruiter in Seattle just wanted me to take the job, I didn't like her attitude or the pressure
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at Razorfish in August 2011.
Interview Details – I talked to the recruiter at about 11am and she was able to move quickly and schedule a 1:1 interview that afternoon. The Seattle office is in a very old building, but the Razorfish lobby is super modern and cavernous.
The interview consisted of meeting with a co-worker for a half hour, then the account director and the department director together for a half hour. Everyone was very nice and seemed honest about the challenges of the position.
Negotiation Details – I did negotiate a slightly higher rate. It was not a big deal and they were very cool about it.
Interviewed at Razorfish
Interview Details – It was not a long interview, the first round is behavioral questions. The second round is phone interview, talking with the manager of the team and then the third round is on site interview.
Interview Question – There is no really difficult ones. Answer Question
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