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23 hrs ago

Account Manager, Mobile – new

Rubicon Project San Francisco, CA

Rubicon Project is looking for a dedicated Account Manager for our Buyer Cloud with a proven track record in the mobile space, to service a subset of… Rubicon Project

22 days ago

Senior Account Manager, Seller Accounts

Rubicon Project San Francisco, CA

• Oversee a portfolio of strategic accounts and monitor changes in key metrics, analyze performance trends and deliver on-going reviews of these… Rubicon Project

13 days ago

Director, Mobile Sales

Rubicon Project San Francisco, CA

• Identify and quantify publisher needs to develop a world-class solution selling the most advanced platform in the world for publishers • To meet… Rubicon Project

2 days ago

Specialist, Seller Accounts – new

Rubicon Project San Francisco, CA

• Serve as the primary contact & consultant to assigned sellers • Monitor for changes in key inventory/yield metrics, and provide… Rubicon Project

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Rubicon Project CEO & Founder Frank Addante
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    If You're a Visual Designer, Look Elsewhere

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    Former Employee - Senior Visual Designer in San Francisco, CA
    Former Employee - Senior Visual Designer in San Francisco, CA

    I worked at Rubicon Project as a contractor (less than an year)


    A very well-intentioned company with big plans on the horizon. Well funded and just went public. Catered lunches.


    Very new to the prospect of having a UI/UX team and not very sympathetic to their issues.

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    If a great user experience is important to you, hire a Creative Director with management skills and proven sensibilities to foster a great team, and more importantly, a superb product. Time to look at your company culture and re-assess where it's broken. Bad communication, unbalanced and slow attention to problems.

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