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Senior UX Architect

Mobiquity San Francisco, CA

We are looking for a User Experience Architects (UXA) with exceptional design experience to develop elegant, functional and engaging mobile user… Glassdoor

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    Just ugh..

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    Current Employee - Mobile Developer
    Current Employee - Mobile Developer

    I have been working at Mobiquity full-time (more than an year)


    You'll learn a lot as you're forced to work long hours on stressful projects. The other employees are okay, pretty smart. There's a ping-pong table. Decent benefits. If the company can get it right in the next few months there is a small possibility of a bright outlook.


    Lots of promises of better things to come and increases salaries which never seem to happen. Being forced to use outdated development techniques because senior developers refuse to change. Company is not able to adapt fast enough to latest development trends (ios 8, iphone 6/6+) because of this. Way too many QA people because the apps are so error-prone from the stressed out conditions developers are forced to deal with (It shouldn't take 40 QA people to tell if apps are usable, they're not). Many tech leads don't seem to understand anything really, I'm honestly not sure why we have them. Just not enough to keep anyone happy, bad salaries, bad projects, no review of performance despite lots of promises, and nothing at all to keep you motivated.

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    Get more nerds to help with the real decision making. A technology company run by a bunch of formers CEO's is just how you expect it. Direct stress downwards, get as many clients as possible, keep taking their money, and never generate anything of real value.

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