Technology will only live up to its promise when it is well designed. EffectiveUI is the place for people with that shared sense of purpose, who as a collective are devoted to creating technology that truly connects with people. That passion carries through to the way we connect with our clients. We strive to be the agency we wished we had when we were in their shoes.
So what is it like to work at EffectiveUI? If we were asked to pick a few words to describe the core values that underlie our culture, then jocoseness, succor, perspicaciousness, amelioration and stick-to-itiveness might just be on our short-list. Why? Because these words, while fitting, are on no other company’s short-list … because if you ask the people who work here, we’d tell you that none of us have ever worked at a company quite like EffectiveUI. Come in for a tour. You’ll get a taste.
EffectiveUI has all the benefits and perks you would expect, including medical, dental, vision and 401k. We even have some benefits you wouldn’t expect, like free snacks and beverages, parking, cell phone allowance, fitness reimbursement and pet insurance.*
A large portion of our Denver team lives in the city, #4 on Forbes’ list of “Top 10 Best Cities for Job Seekers.” Some commute from Boulder, which is a 30-45 minute drive and #1 on Forbes’ list of “America's Top 25 Towns to Live Well.” And a lot live somewhere in between, such as Louisville, Money Magazine’s #2 on “Best Places to Live” list. In any of these towns great mountain-biking is less than 30 minutes away, and world-class skiing is only two hours away.
Home to the likes of Xerox, Kodak and Rochester Institute of Technology, New York’s third most populous city is a hub for innovation. The Rochester team loves the convenient access to biking and skiing and the ability to live in beautiful surroundings at an average price per square foot of just $76. In 2012, Rochester was #5 on Kiplinger’s list of “Best Cities for Families.”
The Big Apple has it all, including the newest EffectiveUI office located in the Financial District. NYC isn’t just the biggest city in the US, it also a great place to live with endless cultural opportunities and one of the best park systems in the country.