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San Diego, CA
51 to 200 employees
Company - Private
Business Services
$10 to $25 million (USD) per year
With offices in San Diego, Carlsbad and Denver, Red Door Interactive, Inc. is a strategic partner dedicated to ensuring businesses acquire, convert, retain and engage their customers wherever they are. The firm holds more than a decade of expertise in successfully developing and ... Read more

Red Door Interactive Reviews

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Reid Carr
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  • "Always Producing"

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    Everyone at RDI is friendly, helpful, and great to work with. Hard work is appreciated but sportsmanship and teamwork determine how you fare


    For producers specifically, the workload trends high. Especially with the meetings you'll own and run, AND getting work done your days can get long.

    Advice to Management

    The PM/BM roles need clearer (better) definition and more support

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Red Door Interactive Interviews



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    User Experience Architect Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Denver, CO
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview


    I applied online. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at Red Door Interactive (Denver, CO) in August 2016.


    I applied online through LinkedIn. After a nice conversation with the company's recruiter, I was reached out again and was told that the hiring manager loved my answer and would like me to do an design exercise. I felt like it was pretty reasonable and easy, and I was told that I passed that stage as well. A video interview was scheduled after.
    The call was very choppy and the quality of the connection didn't allow for a good chat. Also, I was caught of guard when the guy asked me to pull out more samples of work. Considering the poor connection, I had trouble presenting my work, since the call was cut off many times. In addition, I wasn't told to prepare files to share. Moreover, the guy who interviewed me was incredibly concerned about how the wireframes looked. He didn't seem to care much about what they represented. He was sort of focused on the fact that they were sketched rather than glossy. I found this to be very strange, when the whole idea of wireframes is to be straight to the point and not about how pretty they look.... Anyways, I wasn't really into it to begin with, since I read a bunch of bad reviews here and didn't perceive the the hiring manager as someone who knows what he is talking about. Thanks but no thanks.

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Red Door Interactive Awards & Accolades

  • Best Places to Work in San Diego (Medium) - 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, San Diego Business Journal, 2015
  • Healthiest Companies Awards, San Diego Business Journal, 2014
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