DINS is an IT company, part of the Fortune Future 50. The service unites all business processes on one platform with all the necessary tools: voice and video calls, documents, faxes, online conferences, a contact center, and a corporate chat.
Our task was to develop a career page that shows company values and will become the platform for the company’s communication with potential employees and the IT community.
The first step was to suggest several visual images and metaphors. During the discussion with the client, we outlined three core ideas for the design concept:
The main page exists to involve users in the culture of DINS and to inform them of the variety of job openings and company events. DINS values its employees and takes care of them. Therefore, the website is not only about the company and openings but also about employees. The user is met with an animated slider: photos and quotes set a positive and friendly mood, telling more about people in the company.
DINS employees are proud of the product they are working on. Our idea was to emphasize the complexity and prospects of the platform graphically: we created a unique geometric image for each fact.
We also created an animated line with a technology stack that the DINS team is working on. Clicking on the word takes you to the page with a job opening in that field.
The main goal of the career page is to showcase the company’s openings so that potential employees can conveniently navigate them and see the one for them.
To streamline and simplify the search, we introduced three basic filters to sort vacancies by:
Parts of the technology stack that DINS develops
Each of them is developing a separate part of the cloud platform. Teams have different goals and specializations.
The page allows users to send a resume even if there are no openings in DINS. The company needs to be in touch with candidates who share their values and are interested in working on the platform.
DINS builds a professional community and sets a standard for the IT culture. They hold events with other companies and share their experience in the blog and socials.
The company shares employees’ personal stories in articles and podcasts on its website, encouraging candidates to submit their resumes.
The mobile version expands the reach and ensures the website is available on any device. That was the goal while working on design prototypes and page layouts. As a result all the filters, forms, and controls would be user-friendly with any screen size.
The current version of the website has functions that used to be on separate websites:
Admin access to all sections is available from one control panel.
The website design is easily transferred to other media – DINS uses recognisable forms for all types of communications including a Telegram sticker pack.