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Visual Design Director

POP Seattle, WA

The Visual Design Director is a passionate, relentless, confident leader… creates campaigns which move the needle for our clients. The Visual Design POP

30+ days ago

Senior Conceptual Designer

POP San Jose

POP seeks a Senior Conceptual Designer to help concept and create… direction of the project lead (Creative Director and/or Visual Design Director… POP

30+ days ago

Art Director

POP San Jose

experiences. The AD directs designers of various levels on the execution… designers, designers and production designers from project… POP

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Seattle, WA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Seattle, WA

    I worked at POP


    Nice office space, generally nice people.


    POP likes to pretend it can compete with the big boys, but so far, it hasn't been able to. Don't be fooled by the fancy office and the handful of big clients it name drops. They are constantly in a panic state between chasing new clients and trying to keep the ones they have.

    As a creative, the majority of the work you will do will be boring. Think banner ads and email campaigns. Sure, a few big site redesign projects come through the door a few times a year but that work is given to a select few. Oh, and you'll probably be assigned to one client and if they tell you you can switch to a new one when you're sick of it, don't believe them. It either won't happen or it will take years.

    Not to mention there's a serious lack of gender diversity in the creative department. especially in leadership positions.

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    Creative team, get a voice and stand behind it. Strive to do great work, not just meet client expectations. Don't be afraid to push the boundaries.

    And hire more women.

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