LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT US:
Companies that will use this web application are local government, re-integration companies (social security services), and potentially recruitment consultancy agencies. They have in common that they help people find a job.
HERE IS WHAT WE NEED:
I would like to see clean, professional, Web 2.0-ish designs. Simplicity and ease of use are more appropriate than an eye-grabbing, in-your-face style.
Thought has been given to how users will interact with the web application. The page examples represent my best ideas so far, but are absolutely not final. Improvements of the interaction design are thus appreciated.
Your final deliverable will include...
1. Four base pages, of which three have a client and a specialist version
2. Additional layers for changes to control state (like pushing-in or pushing-out a button/folding page parts; only where and if applicable of course)
3. A generic template that can be used to create (most) other pages (see sitemap for impression)
4. A simple and clean login page
See the sitemap & page examples for more details.
Some additional things I need:
- It should be not too hard to white label/theme the application (provide companies with the webapp in their colors, with their logo)
- Please do not use pictures I will have to pay more than $75 total to license (or convince me upfront ;))...
- As the users of the application are generally not super-web savvy, the site must be very intuitive and clear (and still look cool ;))
OUR TARGET AUDIENCE IS:
The webapplication needs to appeal to two different audiences. First, there's the specialist (who is responsible for finding a job for his client; searching the internet for jobs is a (small) part of his daily job).
Second, there's the clients of the specialist (who will have to search for work; and may not always be highly motivated to do so). Clients have various eduction levels and often less internet experience.
Helping both audiences intuitively find their way through the application is the primary challenge.
WE LIKE THESE DESIGNS:
The name of the website / my company is Jobport. Altough I do not have a logo, this should become part of the website. A suggestion for a logo/name representation (as part of the 'header') would thus be nice.
I like something with a lighthouse witch represents searching/looking for a job. It also matches with the productname "jobport".
When using images of people (as the app is about helping people find a job), keep in mind clients that will use the application can be all kinds of people. See image, which also a person matching a job in an abstract way.
Example of a clear but not very appealing website: http://www.datavac.nl/images/jobsearch/b...
WE ABSOLUTELY MUST HAVE (or we don't want to see) THIS IN OUR DESIGN:
What we don't need is you to code this page - we'll take care of all that mumbo jumbo. We just need a killer design that is intuitive to the target audience!
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