For a recruiter, sourcing candidates and moving them through the recruiting process to a placement is how they make money.
This visual representation of this/digital tacking in Bullhorn’s ATS in displayed via the Submission Workflow.
In this case study, I will review my process of redesigning this pipeline workflow to streamline functionality and allow users to focus on the info they need.
For this case study, I will focus on how user research was leveraged to drive the product solution.
As part of an enterprise push, surveys were pushed out to users 6 weeks after their inital login.
To start framing a solution, I do a few rounds of sketching. While sketching, I utilize the UX vision/design strategy to determine what elements are needed and how they should be prioritized.
After reviewing and testing hand-sketched ideas I bring them into a cohesive flow and recreate the design in a digital format. My favorite tool for wireframing is Sketch with a plugin for InVision so that I can test and iterate as I go.
After multiple iterations, I develop a final set of wireframes with annotations of interaction to best communicate design structure and functionality.
User Interface mockups
While functionality is critical, having a visually appealing UI is also a high priority.
Much of my early professional design work came from developing high fidelity mockups for sales initiatives. I enjoy creating a cohesive style guide and building out mockups.
I am a bit of a perfectionist when it comes to UI and that starts with precise wireframes elevated to pixel perfect mockups, essential for accurately communicating a desired UI and enable developers to make that design a reality.
I believe the best User Interfaces are simple, clean and consistent.