- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I worked at Vectorform full-time (more than 3 years)Pros
I really loved the great people, fun environment and awesome projects at Vectorform. Excitement of working on the latest and upcoming technologies for the global brands, ability to touch and learn a whole lot of things were second to none.
The benefits are competitive. You can get the typical health insurance, 401k and the employee fitness initiatives are fun. Going to conferences can be great if you are lucky or simply earn your right to go. It's a really great place for an internship with many such opportunities and things to learn.
The feeling of ownership and responsibility for a project was also quite unique - you get to really own something fully, yet have people to help you out whenever you ask and it is almost always green field engineering where you don't have to parse 20 year old code looking for bugs.
Sometimes all that turns into late night marathons, but not so frequent (once or twice a year?) as to really matter and it builds team spirit and camaraderie! It certainly doesn't make you feel like you're in a factory 9-5.
Apart from the great development team you get to work closely with some of the best people in UX design, business managers and occasionally go meet your customers at the office, conference or a bar.
Things you do and learn at Vectorform open a lot of doors, so if you end up not liking it - your earned skills sell like hot cakes in Ballard! It may feel like a rollercoaster, but it does seem to grow with each incline.Cons
Sometimes these exciting prototypes end up going nowhere, though you do keep the fond memories of having worked on them.
If you wish to own a product long term and make it perfect - you might not get the chance since you typically only get to work on it as long as the clients pay for it, so you might look back at what it turned to and feel like you abandoned your child.
Bonuses can be sketchy. Things can seem great but a dry spell in business and you might feel like the toy factory is going out of business and the boss is borrowing money for payroll.Advice to ManagementAdvice
No advice really, but always thankful for the opportunity to have worked at Vectorform and hoping to be able to work with them if not for them again in the future.RecommendsNeutral OutlookApproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied online. The process took a day – interviewed at Vectorform.Interview Details
I applied though online, they are quick in response. Its a telephonic interview (screening round). Have discontinued after that. They was suppose dot be a client interview as final process.Interview Questions
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