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15 days ago

UX Designer

KIXEYE San Francisco, CA

• Brainstorm, research, wireframe, design and refine user experiences within product requirements and deadlines. • Collaborate with other… Glassdoor

10 days ago

Senior Project Manager

KIXEYE San Francisco, CA

On a day-to-day basis, the Senior Project Manager will be responsible for assigned tasks related to game development, including such possibilities as… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

General Manager

KIXEYE San Francisco, CA

You are a visionary in the habit of producing games that push the envelope, generating nothing less than shock and awe in his/her dedicated fan base… Glassdoor

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Kixeye CEO Will Harbin
Will Harbin
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    Great team talent, organization, perks. Extremely weak leadership and utter lack of vision from the executives.

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  San Francisco, CA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in San Francisco, CA

    I worked at Kixeye full-time for less than a year


    In general, most teams are very tight and well run. The ability to attract very good talent means that most of your co-workers are solid and interesting to be around.


    Q: Why does Kixeye exist?
    A: To feed Will Harbin's ego

    Study the history, analyse the strategies and calculate the numbers. Pretty easily to deduce that the executives and founders are cashing in big while the vast majority work for mediocre salaries and are thoroughly uninspired. But most are too afraid to say so. The aware and the able simply leave.

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    Find a CEO who actually cares about the people. The role of CEO is not to be the "genius" behind product vision, it's find and motivate people who do that better than yourself.

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