Its my job to point out interesting things in the job board world. Case in point is the new ‘Jobs Visualizer‘ is one of those. It is a visual way of browsing employers who are hiring on Archinect, a site for architecture jobs.
With Archinect Jobs Visualizer, the design work produced by the employers takes center stage. The most recent 100 active employers who have featured work from their Archinect firm profiles are presented in full-screen glory, allowing job seekers to browse employers one page at a time, or dig a little deeper into each firm to read the job opportunities and view more of the firm’s work.
The navigation is kept very simple. At the top-right there is a small vertically-expanding menu that provides quick access to Archinect’s home page, as well as two shortcuts to post jobs or upload a new project.
The goal of this new way to browse is to excite the job seeker. Its a visual web and this is a terrific way of showcasing jobs visually.
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