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Bengaluru (India)
51 to 200 employees
2007
Company - Private
Information Technology
Unknown / Non-Applicable
AdMob, Jumptap Inc, Millennial Media
We are global mobile ad platform, with expertise in Mobile Audience and User Experience.

We build mobile-first customer engagement platforms that transform the economics of influencing global consumers. We help our customers engage consumers in a far more ... Read more

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    I worked at InMobi full-time

    Pros

    1. Freedom to work on your own.
    2. Good learning academy - helps in understanding and training the latest tools and technologies.

    Cons

    1. The top management should be more vocal with the company's future prospects with its employees.

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InMobi Interviews

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    Senior Visual Designer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in San Francisco, CA
    No Offer
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    Easy Interview

    Application

    I applied online. I interviewed at InMobi (San Francisco, CA) in July 2017.

    Interview

    Had a 20 minute phone screening with the recruiter. And then was assigned a design test, The test involved designing a case study where I was handed only content. Second (optional) part was an animation/gif assignment. They gave me 3 days to get this done.

    I did the case study and opted not to do the gif assignment (I still have a full-time job after all). I turn it in, and a week later, I hear that the decision maker liked my design, but wants me to do yet ANOTHER test?..... But, Im interested in the opportunity, so yet again, I do another one of their tests, this time, an infographic that they would like to see more "colorfully" done. Being as this was the second time I would have to do a assignment, I admittedly didnt put as much time into it as the first, but I told them I would do it, so I did it, and it all still takes time!

    DESIGNERS, we know all these things take time. Lesson learned - I will never again invest so much time into an interview process so early on, without ever having an in-person interview, or speaking to a decision maker at the very least! Having an "assignment" for an interview is not unheard of, rare-ish, but not unheard of. What is weird is how early on they ask you to do this, and then ask you to do TWO of them, despite having liked your first one? Why dont you speak with me about my designs: my design thinking, my process. At this level, the why's are just as important, because at a Senior level, I can *make* whatever you want, but at a Senior level, there is so much more to being a Designer than just surface level, but they never allow you even get there. This to me is very telling.

    Again, lesson learned, I just will never again commit so much time to an assignment early on without being evaluated on other factors, experience, and critical thinking skills that truly validate a Senior level designer.

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Company Updates

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    Exclusive: Founder-CEO, InMobi, Naveen Tewari Unplugged!

    He was in one of the panel discussions at the Startup Standup India event, and held nothing back. This 38-year-old stood out as he called a spade a spade, and we knew we had our man.

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    India's InMobi Is Giving Facebook And Google A Run For Their Money

    Mobile advertising has been one of the fastest growing new industries since its very recent inception - and today one of the world's largest players is India's InMobi, giving Facebook and Google a run for their money, as they tackle the global mobile market from their very colorful home emerging market base.

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InMobi Awards & Accolades

  • Billion Dollar Startup Club, The Wall Street Journal, 2015
  • Pathbreaker of the Year, CyberMedia ICT Awards, 2014
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