Brunel is one of the biggest players in the high-end flexible employment sector, with over 90 offices in 33 countries and well over 11.000 employees. Because of the large amount of vacancies Brunel publishes on their website, it is important that the design is simple and easily scannable in a way that information is layered in places where it's needed.
Every vacancy is linked to a personal account manager to help the job applicant with possible questions. The top-navigation offers relevant call-to-action buttons depending on what part of the page you are. Since most vacancies contain much information it was even more important on mobile to offer everything in layers. We accomplished this by hiding all unnecessary elements when reading a vacancy.
Designed by Fabrique, early 2015.
The team consisted of two strategists, an art director, project manager, scrum master, interaction designer (me), freelance visual designer and a team of in-house frontend and backend developers from Brunel.
Working in an agile scrum team responsible for the interaction designs on all devices and motion design.