We were approached by Affecto to re-design the website we had built for them back in 2015 to reflect how quickly they had grown. Prior to starting any design work, we researched the current site to see which bits worked well and which could be improved upon.
Whilst the first website was working successfully, Affecto's target market had changed massively since it was built, from a large range of digital roles to a more targeted approach to attracting digital professionals (digital managers, seniors, etc). To reflect this, the website needed a more corporate look and feel than the paper aeroplane had previously created.
We wanted to make the search as simple as possible, and so we provided a single search box (similar to Google) with the ability to filter jobs further once you received your results. We also included quick links to the most popular vacancies so that people didn't need to type at all. This enables users to quickly find what they are after.
The search function was made to dominate the home page by positioning it within an image that filled 100% of the screen. This was suggested to the client so that we could keep other, less important information on the home page without cluttering the screen.
The website is fully responsive and editable within our own Content Management System, ProtoCMS. This enables the team at Affecto to keep the site up-to-date with minimal technical knowledge, whilst retaining the styles set by us and ensuring that it looks great on all devices.
Don't just take our word for it. Have a look at some of the visuals that we created and look at the site itself.