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22 days ago

Motion Designer

POP Seattle, WA

POP seeks a Motion Designer who will be responsible for supporting the… the creation of exceptional digital assets with an emphasis on motion design POP


18 days ago

Interaction Designer - Contract

POP Seattle, WA

POP seeks an Interaction Designer who will be responsible for project deliverables that clearly and persuasively communicate the… POP


18 days ago

Senior Interaction Designer

POP Seattle, WA

POP seeks a Senior Interaction Designer who can collaborate with strategists, designers and technologists to… POP


6 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


12 days ago

Copywriter - Contract

POP Seattle, WA

sprint teams, designers, UX and product owners to help establish messaging… POP


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    A great agency for contract/freelance work

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    I have been working at POP as a contractor for more than 5 years

    Pros

    - Very good list of clients and projects
    - Contractor pay rate is competitive
    - Collaborative work environment when working on user experience solutions.
    - PM’s are almost always top notch and manage communications very well.
    - HR and Project sourcing is very reliable, flexible
    - One of the few top-tier marketing agencies that supports remote working for senior-level contractors

    Cons

    - Team members occasionally isolate outside contractors from full project engagement.
    - Assigned projects can get delayed/moved on short notice. A few are resourced incorrectly, and you’re never utilized for work. These events force a contractor like myself to scramble or double book in the future to make up for the difference.
    - Like other agencies, you may find yourself having to crank out a lot of deliverables in an extremely short timespan to meet expectations set by the company. It’s the job, but it can be a “con” if it’s continuous.

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    I’ve been working for POP for quite a long time as an outside contractor. Generally I’ve been pretty happy working for them. I hope they consider expanding their capabilities with remote working in the future, especially for international project opportunities.

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