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30+ days ago

Creative Director

Huge Washington, DC

Creative Directors are the driving force that keeps the creative side of Huge at the top of its game—they make sure no talent goes to waste and the… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Art Director

Huge Washington, DC

• A strong background at a top digital agency in an Art Director role or similar. • Direct client interaction… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Senior Project Manager

Huge Washington, DC

• Experience in interactive project management. We need someone who is confident and comfortable with the demands this role will require from the… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Web Engineer

Huge Washington, DC

Dedicated to translating comps and wireframes into semantically correct web templates, Web Engineers possess an excellent working knowledge… Glassdoor


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    Career launchpad for many, trauma for some.

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    I worked at Huge full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Huge gained fame by designing clean digital interfaces that challenged entire industries. In the last five years, quality digital design has become more commonplace. In that time, Huge has increased it's strategic and technical abilities to rival the biggest digital agencies. I have recommended the company to many of my friends over the years, and most of them have been incredibly happy with the opportunities given them at Huge. Even the ones who left after only a year are very grateful for the career boost that comes with the Huge name and the quality of projects Huge launches. I have benefitted immeasurably from having Huge on my resume. All-in-all, Huge is a great place to be surrounded by really smart people who really care about the work they do.

    Cons

    Far too few folks at the top, in sales, and in communications have any idea how the sausage is made. Designers and engineers (good ones anyway) are rare in the executive ranks; MBAs are the rule. They sell new projects with little appreciation for what it takes to actually build them. Leadership can be blasé in firing people, which rises in part from a lack of interest in what people working for them actually do. Practitioners are thought of by leadership as resources to be shuffled around, nothing more. Huge's public persona is built around carefully placed sound bytes and crowd-accessible public speaking engagements that don't represent the design prowess and technical prowess that are actually at the core of the company.

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    There's no way to hold onto the old vibe of Huge, so don't bother. Instead, just be better than the other big digital agencies by doing better work. Over time, snarky tote bags will lose their meaning, but you can always be a great place to work.

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