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  • www.bucketfeet.com
  • Chicago, IL
  • 1 to 50 Employees
  • 2011
  • Company - Private
  • Consumer Product Manufacturing
  • Less than $1 million (USD)

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BucketFeet Reviews

3.2
39%
Recommend to a Friend
5.0
Former Intern, less than 1 year

"Great place to work!"

Feb 19, 2016 - Graphic Design Intern in Chicago, IL
Recommends
Positive Outlook

Pros

The idea of their product goes beyond just a shoe line, but centered around the art culture and creating lasting relationships. The people are friendly, outgoing, and even though I was just an

Cons

The hours were hard because I sat in front of a computer all day (but hey, that's what designers do!) but honestly, it was such an overall good experience and I have absolutely nothing bad to say.

Advice to Management

Keep it up. There is such a rich and fantastic culture that is happening with this company and I can't wait to see what else it's capable of. I am so proud whenever I say that I worked as an intern
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BucketFeet Interviews

Experience
Positive50%
Neutral50%
Getting an Interview
Applied online100%
Difficulty
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  1. PHP/Magento Developer Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Chicago, IL
    No Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview
    Application

    I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at BucketFeet (Chicago, IL) in Oct 2014

    Interview

    Found an ad for the company online. After checking them out, they seemed to have a pretty neat product line, so I applied. I got an e-mail asking to set up a call a week later. It was a pretty basic phone screen and we just went over my resume & the company's goals.

    A few days after the first call, I had a longer call with somebody higher up. We talked for awhile about the position, some of the challenges they're facing, my experience, etc.

    After that call, they flew me down to Chicago for an in-person interview. There were three 1:1 interviews, and then sort of a lightning round where a bunch of other staff came in small groups to meet & chat for 5-10 minutes.
    Interview

    The focus seemed more on development methodology, my own personality, and their idea of selling artists' stories instead of just shoes. There weren't really any in-depth technical questions or tests.

    Answer Question

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