Job search website design.

Project overview.

Job search website design

The product: Querstarter. Germany’s job searching website.
The problem: The home page of the Querstarter website has a confusing user flow and it’s not easy to find better jobs/companies matching users’ profiles.
The goal: Create a new home page design for stronger job search, empowering job seekers to identify the best opportunities and apply.
My role: UX/UI designer, UX researcher
Responsibilities: Conducting interviews, paper, and digital wireframing, final designs, and adaptation to other devices.

User research: summary.

I conducted interviews and created empathy maps to understand the users I’m designing for and their needs. A user group identified through research was post-graduate students and adults thinking to change their work. This user group confirmed initial assumptions about job search website users.

Pain points.

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User journey map.

Mapping users’ journeys revealed how helpful it would be for users to start searching for jobs right on a homepage of a job searching website.

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  • Digital wireframes
  • Mockups
  • Adaptation to other devices

Digital wireframes.

Job search website design

Mockups of desktop and mobile.

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Adaptive design.

Job search website design

The whole work took 17 hours.


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