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    "Don’t try to please interviewers by telling them what you think they want to hear.” - Andrea Bredau on being up-front about your career goals and what you’re hoping to get out of your next job.

    10 tips to help you ace your next interview: Career Guide 2015

    Jim Delulio President, PR Talent Be polished, poised, and confident, but not cocky. This includes researching the dress code for the organization and then elevating it a notch. Arrive 15 minutes early and practice on-camera prior to the interview to review posture, eye contact, and delivery, and also to limit nervousness.

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    7 days ago

    Technology is transforming retail and retail is transforming agencies.

    Retail Is About to Be Reinvented, Driven by Digital Technologies

    Since around the time Amazon Prime began offering recurring orders on things like toothpaste and dish soap, people have been predicting the death of traditional retail. The ease of e-commerce, coupled with the reliability and speed of shipping, made the future of local shops and already struggling suburban malls seem grim.


Huge – Why Work For Us?

Everything we do at Huge is focused on creating things that matter, setting the standard for excellence in our industry and in our clients' industries.

To do this, we have created an environment where incredibly talented people in the world work alongside equally talented colleagues and clients. We set very high standards for hiring, so our employees consist only of the most talented designers, developers, and strategists in the industry who also believe in working collaboratively and who value feedback. We create small, non-hierarchical teams where everyone is hands on, free from distraction, and fully focused on their work. We give our employees enormous responsibility and the freedom to try new things, throwing away what doesn’t work until we’ve made something we’re truly proud of.

The result is a purposely tough and demanding environment designed to push incredibly talented people to achieve things they didn't know they were capable of. We embrace - and thrive on - change. We believe a certain amount of chaos is essential for creativity, and a part of maintaining a work environment where people prefer to take initiative and get things done to sitting in meetings and talking about the things they'd like to do one day. 

If that sounds like you too, then maybe we should work together. 

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    Top notch culture, people & work

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Brooklyn, NY
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Brooklyn, NY
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    I have been working at Huge full-time (More than a year)


    The focus on doing truly great work here is for real. I'm constantly impressed by the talent, commitment and brains of everyone I work with. The results are in the work and we've got some pretty amazing case studies for some of the best clients out there to prove it. Also: epic culture, great sense of humor, actual work life balance and decent pay. I'm a fan of what we've got going on here. And we're not even at the top of our game yet.


    Process is a bit screwy at times, but show me a place where that's not the case.

    Advice to Management

    Keep doing what you're doing. No one's perfect, but I think that everyone's here's genuinely trying to keep their eyes on the ball and push it forward. Never forget the singular importance of the work.

Huge Interviews

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    Office Manager Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in San Francisco, CA
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    Average Interview


    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 5 weeks. I interviewed at Huge (San Francisco, CA).


    This review is actually for Elephant, the sister company they keep locked in the attic. The interview process was extremely drawn out--two phone interviews over three weeks and then another two weeks to get in the office. Once there, the interviewers didn't seem very prepared or even have a good idea of what they were looking for, and I was asked essentially the same questions by both. I reached out to thank them for their time and never heard back, which I find especially disrespectful as I had to take time off of work to interview.

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Huge Awards & Accolades

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Media Agency of the Year , OMMA/MediaPost, 2014
Agency A-List Standout , Advertising Age, 2015
Agency of the Year , iMedia, 2014
Agency A-List Standout , Advertising Age, 2014
Agency A-List (#9) , Advertising Age, 2012
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Additional Info

Headquarters Brooklyn, NY
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1999
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Information Technology
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Competitors R/GA, AKQA, SapientNitro

Huge is a global collective of designers, technologists and strategists tasked with helping companies create some of the most loved products, services and experiences in the world. We were the first agency to be founded on the idea that the principles of user experience should drive not just design, but business and marketing as well. We’re known for finding new ways to ... More

Mission: We help companies become trusted parts of people’s lives by creating products, services, and brands that people love.

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