Remote Stylist (Current Employee) – Remote – December 26, 2017
great place to work as an aspiring interior designer. Work from home but there are hard deadlines. less than 20 hours a week is manditory. leads ofen clockout WAY before closing time. everything relies on other people, specfically 3D to make sure the room you work on is accurate before you begin styling which more ofeten than not was not the case. Pay is great and puntual but do not take out taxes. It just comes down to waiting for hours on end with a refresh browser going to see a room pop up and snag it before someone else takes it and then flipping a coin if the room is good enough to work on or not. all communitcation is done online so there are some things lost in text. There are very flexible hours, you make youre own shifts.
flexible, good pay, understanding leads
not enough work, leads clock out too early, rooms are often inccorect
Design Specialist (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – October 3, 2018
There is absolutely no set guidelines, they abuse the number of hours they have employees work for them for the worst pay. Management is a joke, they are verbally abusive and degrading, it is seriously sickening the way this company treats their remote employees and talks down to them like they are stupid. They show favoritism like you have never seen before, for a design company this company's only focus is on making everything customer service based on some of the worst morals and guidelines are known to man. Even if you are desperate for a job, I can assure you this one is not worth it! This company is a sinking ship.
Design Consultant (Former Employee) – San Fransico – June 4, 2018
I took this job right out of college, they’re on California time so I thought it would be nice starting work a little later. The company won’t let you stop working until the full room is complete which is difficult since it takes them hours to get back to you on questions. Also their lead designers are very opinionated and not open to new creative design. Their design knowledge and terms for style don’t match what most people learn in design college. Terrible management.
Workplace culture without the stuffiness of an office
Remote Stylist (Current Employee) – United States – February 16, 2018
Great online culture for at home job. It's a fast growing start up company with room to grow. Make your own hours, keeping in mind that all in house staff is PST time zone. You are an independent contractor which gives lots of freedom as long as you adhere to deadlines. Communication is mostly web based, but also telecommunication platforms are used for video conferences, screen sharing etc. Collaborative environment with everyone eager to help each other and grow. Top notch training guidelines and portal. Things do change frequently with their software and whatnot, but the team is communicative about those changes.
Remote Stylist (Former Employee) – New York, NY – February 12, 2018
Modsy was a great job but it required you to have great communication skills through email since it was a at home job. It was very hard to get in contact with people for help or concerns during my initial training. Some what unorganized and the program used to design the homes had a lot of bug and would even erase your designs at times. This required you to re-design, which wasted a lot of time. It was very fun to try something different but now know that the office environment is more my style.