'Anon' Automated Job Board

Job Board Homepage & Portal Design

Agency

LLT Group

Task

Branding
UI Design

Agency

LLT Group

Task

Branding
UI Design

Agency

LLT Group

Task

Branding
UI Design

The Challenge

Legitimize automated job-board functionality as the superior option in an industry where personal information and communication is key. Highlight the time-saving capabilities of an automated approach.

The Solution

An automated system that matches job-seekers to job posts based off of specific tags and parameters. Utilize bright graphics and visuals that grab the attention of younger professionals who will naturally find the product most useful. This also fills a brand gap between highly professional / corporate approaches by current job boards.

The Outcome

A back-end beast that considers your job history, preferences, location, skill set, and more. This functionality pairs you with employers looking for just your type. Job seekers can set their custom tags and easily filter through previous application status while

Creating the Brand System

ANON requested to use an existing logo as the catalyst of the brand. The logo had a circular mark paired with a sans-serif font. For the overall look and feel, the target audience was younger professionals, 0-20 years into their career with a good grasp on device capabilities. We built a colorful palette, dynamic visuals, and relaxed tone to bring a laid-back yet fun approach to the website and appeal to the defined end user.

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Job Board Key Focus

First and foremost: user conversion. Educate and lead the user towards the registration page without an overwhelming push to do so. The next goal was to visually set ANON apart from other traditional job boards through a refreshingly bright approach not usually seen in this industry.

01.

Point users to the registration page clearly and often (without being overwhelming).

02.

Leverage the ever-changing automated world and create a matching system that plugs job-seekers into employers based off of specific tags and parameters. Tie in bright, interesting visuals to grab attention to this new approach.

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Legitimize automated job-board functionality as the superior option in an industry where personal customization and communication is key.

Job Seeker Portal

How does the job seeker view several applications all within different steps of separate job positions. Our solution aims to segment out the applications into defined buckets to give the user a clear view of application progress and standing.

JOB SEEKER PORTAL
KEY FOCUS

The key focus for job seekers was defining how to build skill and experience tags that would eventually be the key to successful resume submissions. Also considered was how the user views application statuses and how the user is notified of resume progress within the process. Another focus was the ability to control which job titles the applicant wanted to submit application for.

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Providing a function for the applicant to build their custom skill / experience tags that would match them with job openings that require these exact tags.

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Provide a solution for the user to quickly view how many applications have been successfully submitted and how they would be notified if their resume had moved into additional steps of the process.

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Additional functionality like setting up job alerts, customizing cover letters, building your resume, a messaging center, and more.

Job Poster Portal

What is the most effective way to allow recruiters to automatically filter candidates that do not meet their criteria? Our solution is based off of a percentage-matching algorithm of skills, experience, program knowledge, location, salary expectation, and more. If the job seeker does not meet a certain percentage of requirements, they are automatically rejected from the job opening.

JOB POSTER PORTAL
KEY FOCUS

Our challenge was creating a simple process for handling a high volume of resumes and organizing a sensible flow for the steps an accepted resume follows. A clear, segmented process was defined for a resume's journey: Applied, Screening, Interviewing, Offered, Hired, and Rejected. Other important functions include a searchable candidate pool , a 'Quicklist' function to view all resumes in the application process, a detailed view of current job posts, an internal messaging system, and more.

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The automated system allows viable candidates into the resume flow. Create a usable solution for managing this mass amount of resumes. 

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Clearly emphasize the defined resume steps: Applied, Screening, Interviewing, Offered, Hired, and Rejected.

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Support the resume flow with the ability to search all candidates that have been accepted, the ‘Quicklist’ – a simple way to filter through the resume flow, job post specifics, and more.