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Typeform Overview

Barcelona (Spain)
201 to 500 employees
2012
Company - Private
Internet
£25 to £50 million (GBP) per year
Competitors

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What’s the future of online data collection? Will it be voice? How will machine learning play a role? Is there a place for augmented reality? What about holographic technology?

At Typeform, these are some of the questions we’re grappling ... Read more

Mission: Reinvent how brands and communities interact, so they can bring their best to every interaction.

Typeform Reviews

  • Helpful (1)

    "Good perks. Good environment. Nice people."

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    • Culture & Values
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    • Comp & Benefits
    • Senior Management
    Current Employee - Design Manager in Barcelona (Spain)
    Current Employee - Design Manager in Barcelona (Spain)
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    Positive Outlook

    Pros

    Flexible hours. Unlimited holidays. Growth possibilities.

    Cons

    FGC. Lots of learnings along the way.

    Advice to Management

    Company culture is a must. Keep it in mind for hiring (specially on leadership levels)

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Typeform Interviews

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    Software Engineer Interview

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    No Offer
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    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Typeform in January 2020.

    Interview

    - Chat with team leader on work organization, software best practices.
    - Live coding with two software engineers: Three questions (logic of a React application, some CSS styling)

    After that I was congratulated because the live coding was successful and I was asked for references for getting an offer. After a few days I've been contacted saying that the live coding was not actually successful and I wouldn't receive an offer.

    I was told by the recruiter that the most important thing in the interview was to show that I could collaborate, listen to feedback, and work in TDD. I was told by the engineers that I shouldn't worry of solving all the three questions but rather focus on listening to their feedback and solve the problems in the proper way.

    I received some vague oral feedback from a recruiter saying that I failed because I wasn't sure about how React worked and I had to search during the live coding to remind myself things, and I didn't complete the three exercises.

    I can only imagine that another better or cheaper candidate came in later. Either way, it was very unprofessional to be told that I passed the interview and I would get an offer, and then withdraw what said.

    In general, there were signs of disorganization in the process: some of my questions about the role remained unanswered and I was contacted about the same things by multiple people that didn't talk to each other.

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Typeform Awards & Accolades

  • The hottest startups in Barcelona, www.wired.co, 2018

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