Isobar is a full-service agency known for tackling the largest, most complex problems in the digital space across multiple channels. We are powered by over 3,000 people in 66 offices, across 41 markets. The range of experiences we create cover major marketing campaigns to enterprise solutions on web and mobile platforms. What we are not known for is pretty compelling too. That’s because some of our projects are behind a firewall—closely guarded new product launches, transformational business strategies or government projects.In the U.S. Isobar has offices in Boston...
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We deliver innovative digital experiences for the world's largest organizations by creating applications and digitally-centered marketing campaigns for the web, mobile devices, and social media. With a focus on experience design, our team is uniquely adept at conceiving, designing and developing marketing campaigns as well as digital solutions like wearable computing, data visualization and mobile applications.
Globally in the last three years Isobar has won over 300 major awards, including 12 Cannes Lions and 27 Agency of the Year titles. Our worldwide reach means that we can bring borderless thinking and delivery to our clients – wherever they want to lead in the world.
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Employees say it's “OK” 41 ratings
44% of the CEO 10 ratings
Jeff Maling & Geoff Cubitt
Co-CEOs for USA
Former Devops in Chicago, IL (US)
Pros: Growing company. Very little red tape. Colleagues are helpful.
Co-workers are very sharp. (Fun and friendly also). The iOS / Android
app being developed is cutting edge. Work / family balance was good.
Commute to Ogilvie train station is easy… – Full Review
No Offer – Interviewed in Jun 2014 – Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Interview Details After applying online, I got an email about phone screen interview. and it took less than half an hour. In the interview I was asked about my previous projects work. Then he asked me how to search for an element in an array. When I told him we can use binary search tree and find it in O(log n), he… – Full Interview
how to search for an element in an array. – View Answer