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Yonkers, NY
201 to 500 employees
Subsidiary or Business Segment
Computer Hardware & Software
$25 to $50 million (USD) per year
Mindspark is one of the worlds largest software application companies with five offices worldwide and over two hundred employees. We are committed to the concept of team with a transparent environment and the ability for each employee to make an impact. We believe passion ... Read more

Mission: Mindspark is committed to developing products that both delight and enhance users online experience.

Mindspark Interactive Network Reviews

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    "Nice but suffers from too many structural changes"

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    I worked at Mindspark Interactive Network full-time (More than 3 years)


    relaxed work environment, awesome people


    never felt that management was listening to us creatives or that the product sold was really solid.

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Mindspark Interactive Network Interviews



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    Visual/UI Designer Interview

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    I applied through an employee referral. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at Mindspark Interactive Network.


    I had two phone calls, initially with the internal recruiting representative and then with my potential boss. Both went well and I was asked to work on a design assignment. I was given requirements and I had about a week to finish the assignment. After I returned the assignment, they asked me to come in for an onsite interview.

    The in-person interviews went really well. Their space was really great and everyone I met liked the work I did. I felt very sure about receiving an offer - positive vibes all around. The next week I received a call and they told me that they went with someone else. I didn't really receive any immediate feedback, but I was surprised to hear they didn't want to make an offer. I found out later that the person they went with made many designs instead of focusing on refining one. The one thing that I thought was strange was their entire process for making landing pages and applications - it's based on keyword research and not on actual need, so many of the concepts they have are useless. Their philosophy is to throw a ton of stuff out there and see what sticks.

    Overall I'm glad I didn't get the position. I wouldn't have liked the commute and the work itself seems rather trite.

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Mindspark Interactive Network Awards & Accolades

  • Business Hall of Fame Awards, Business Council of Westchester, 2015
  • Leadership in Community Service and Corporate Social Responsibility(MPower-Mindspark's Corporate Social Responsibility Program), Communitas Awards, 2015
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