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New homepage design for MyCareer
3:19pm Thursday 22 April 2010
Tags: mycareer job board job board design mycareer.com.au print advertising job search job advert title job search results

MyCareer has (finally) updated their homepage design with a smaller menu bar, large job search box and quick links for the various job seeker tools. The design is less "yellow" and creates a smoother job search entry. read more...


Problems with highlighting text
2:51pm Sunday 11 April 2010
Tags: job search results user experience job advert taleo highlight text job board recruitment system html code

Highlighting keyword search terms in a search result list or job advert may look and feel nice. It can also be useful for quickly finding relevant words within large pages of text. But, it can have the reverse effect if you donít script it correctly! read more...


Cut the fat. I have no idea what you are talking about
11:28am Tuesday 27 October 2009
Tags: job search job search results ux job search relevance job advert

At first, I thought users were giving a score to each job advert. But then I realised the "score" is the relevance of your keyword to each job search result. Would the common job seeker have realised this? It's time to cut the fat. read more...


Cut the fat. Goodbye job reference field
3:11pm Friday 23 October 2009
Tags: job reference job site online recruitment ux job search results

Why do job sites waste space making the job reference id so prominent? Do job seekers really care about the id while browsing job search results? read more...


Examples of Job Search Widgets
10:00am Monday 14 September 2009
Tags: job search job search widget job search results job search results widget widget job board recruitment agency job advert search form iab ad unit guidelines widget examples

A widget is a small application that runs either on your desktop or embedded within a web page. A widget adds content to a page provided by another site. Generally widgets are provided by third parties sites, eg. A job board providing the ability for you to display job search functions on your own website. read more...