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Austin, TX
201 to 500 employees
Company - Private
$50 to $100 million (USD) per year is an award-winning online custom printing provider of signage, apparel and home decor items. Founded in 2005, set out to empower expression around the world and transform its industry by focusing on innovative technology, lean manufacturing and ... Read more

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Loading... – Why Work For Us? is an award-winning online custom printing provider of signage, apparel and home decor items. Founded in 2005, set out to empower expression around the world and transform its industry by focusing on innovative technology, lean manufacturing and exceptional customer service. Over the past 11 years, the Austin based company has grown to over 350 employees with sales generated in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom. BuildASign also operates and


Our Vision

To empower expression around the world.

Our Mission

To dominate the worlds print.

Giving back to the community has been a part of BuildASign’s DNA since our inception. We believe deeply in taking care of our customers, our teams, and those within our community.

Since 2008, we’ve given over $1M of in-kind donations to more than 1,700 unique non-profits throughdiscounted signage and products. We also created aTroops program that has donated more than 345,000 banners and signs to the friends and families of military service members returning home from a deployment.

We empower BuildASigners to flex their philanthropic muscles through a series of community-based perks and opportunities:

  • Volunteer Time Off (VTO): A time-off program in which BuildASigners get paid to volunteer up to 24 hours a year!
  • Employee donations matching to the non-profit of their choosing.
  • A dedicated Community Advocate to help individuals and teams find the perfect volunteer opportunity, and organize BuildASign-wide giving blitzes and community events.
  • Taking part in programs likeThe Startup Games,Amplify Austin,CreatAthon,Canville andLight the Night. Each of these programs are not only great team builders, but they benefit local and national non-profits.

To learn more about any of these programs, shoot an email to: Reviews

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    12hr block shifts make for nice scheduling later in the week. Team Leads are friendly, approachable, and easy to communicate with.


    Work was mundane and repetitive but coffee is provided and music is allowed

    Advice to Management

    Implement ergonomical tools to help ease strain induced by repetitive full-body rotational tasks, ie punching pallets or box-making. Many employees complain about this to one another. Implement more Lean principles in BAM printing production for material waste and labor-time waste. Maybe look further into RCFA and Corrective Actions to determine consistent defect causes, many may be operator induced and can be avoided with more Standardized routine implemented, I feel. General Kaizen practices here and there.

    Overall I thought the facility layout was well planned and done, everything was kept clean, in its place, and general standardized routine was followed. the actual work was mundane and repetitive but the fellow employees and cool leadership made it easy. Good operation going on

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    Software Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Austin, TX
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    I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at (Austin, TX) in April 2017.


    The interview process started with a phone screen by the hiring manager who asked both behavioral and high-level technical questions. Next was the on-site interview where I had 3 separate interviews and got to meet with the entire scrum team and the IT director.

    Interview Questions

    • How do you deal with a situation where team members have conflicting ideas of the best way to do something?   Answer Question
    • Questions about SQL clustered indexes, locking, and concurrency.   Answer Question
    • Small C# coding exercises using Visual Studio.   Answer Question
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  • Inc. 5000 Fastest Growing Companies, Inc. Magazine, 2016
  • Entrepreneurs Foundation Culturati Award, Entrepreneurs Foundation of Central Texas, 2015
  • Best Places to Work, Austin Business Journal, 2014
  • Healthiest Employers of Central Texas, Austin Business Journal, 2014
  • Outstanding Corporate Growth - Finalist(($25M to $100M annual revenue category)), Association of Corporate Growth Central Texas, 2014
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