People who march together, stick together.—30+ days ago
Mission: We help companies become trusted parts of people’s lives by creating products, services, and brands that people love.
People who march together, stick together.
We're excited about the year ahead. Thanks & congratulations to our clients and everyone at Huge on being named OMMA Agency of the Year.
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 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.
I have been working at Huge full-time (Less than a year)
Great company thus far and awesome people.
It is too soon to tell.
I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Huge.
I had a phone interview fairly soon after applying and was scheduled for an onsite less than a week later. It was going well with the first 5 people I met with, then the recruiter let me know that he was going to try to grab the VP/Director to come talk to me. She came and promptly told me she only had 10 minutes. She asked me: "What do you want?" and then proceeded to tell me that I'd be better for another role. One that wasn't open and hadn't been approved for budget yet, just one that she hoped to hire for. After she left the recruiter came and told me he'd follow up in a few days with more information. The next time a heard from them was a month later with a form rejection email. Serious lack of clear communication and transparency in the process.