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Posted by Willy Franzen on July 9, 2010. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Sales Representative||Denver, CO|
|Occupational Therapist: Team Player Needed in Gaithersburg, Maryland||Gaithersburg, MD|
|UI Designer / Optimizer||San Francisco, CA|
|Experienced B2B Marketing Copywriter/Content Development||Maple Grove, MN|
|Business Development Manager||Washington, DC|
|Audit Senior||Lowell, MA|
|Hard Chrome Plater||Portland, OR|
|Full-time Marketing and Sales Specialist||Tucson, AZ|
|Solutions Architect Consultant||Plano, TX|
|Senior UX Designer||Austin, TX|
One part of my morning routine to get these posts out to you is looking for the company’s logo. Usually I just snag it off of the company’s home page and that’s it. Occasionally I need to find a different version of the logo because it may have a weird background, the word beta written across it, or it may just be too small. The latter was the case today; however, I wasn’t able to find a more reasonably sized logo despite the fact that the company designs logos—in addition to many other things—and is named HUGE. The irony. HUGE is a Brooklyn, NY based company with offices in Los Angeles, London, and Stockholm that “helps build digitally-driven businesses.” What does that mean? It means that they work with some of the biggest brands in the world in areas like strategic planning, user experience, creative, interactive marketing, technology, and emerging platforms. With approximately 225 employees HUGE has designed and developed online experiences that drive 150 million monthly unique visitors and $12.3 billion in revenue.
HUGE must get their name from the reputations of their clients. You can be nothing but HUGE when you’re building web experiences for names like CNN, jetBlue, IKEA, About.com, and MasterCard. Huge offers a range of services that link strategy, design, technology, and interactive marketing within a defined process that is unique to HUGE. The process seems to be working, because HUGE is growing at a crazy rate—or at least their Jobs page seems to indicate they are. They have 60+ job postings, which will provide a HUGE jump in headcount if they’re all filled. Most of the jobs with HUGE seem to require some level of experience, but I’d encourage you to check out the following New York based positions: Content Strategist, Django Developer, PHP Developer, Interaction Designer, Web Developer, Associate Visual Designer, Copywriter, Client Side Developer, iPhone Developer, Production Designer, QA Analyst, and Visual Designer. And if you’re looking for opportunities in Los Angeles, then you should check out the following positions: Interaction Designer, Visual Designer, and Web Developer. And if you don’t see anything that fits you, but you still want to be HUGE, then they even have a link where you can apply for an unlisted position.
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