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New homepage design for MyCareer

Posted By: Thomas Shaw, 3:19pm Thursday 22 April 2010    Print Article

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.




What could be a case of the dreaded "1 step forward, 2 steps back" syndrome. It seems the same error I picked up on last year has resurfaced. The job search title of ads that were placed in the newspaper and also posted online, are truncated to 20 characters. Interesting.






Article URL: http://www.recruitmentdirectory.com.au/Blog/new-homepage-design-for-mycareer-a354.html

Article Tags: mycareer job board job board design mycareer.com.au print advertising job search job advert title job search results

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 Andrew Turnbull (3:55pm Thursday 22 April 2010)

Let Jobs Find You... I wonder where I have heard that one before...

Andrew Turnbull
CEO - www.SearchtoEmploy.com


 Mark (6:01pm Thursday 22 April 2010)

Looks similar to the new REA home page - are giant search boxes the new thing?


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