Over het event
Deze workshop is in het Engels:
We all know that all organisations need to put themselves in their customer’s shoes when designing their products and services, and the same goes when designing your recruitment website. Luckily the majority of us have been candidates looking for a job before, so it is easy to put yourself in the mindset of a candidate. It is likely that what you liked or disliked during your own candidate experience is how your candidates also feel.
But of course all candidate journeys are different, so how can you ensure you really understand what is driving them to apply? And most importantly, how do you ensure they understand your value proposition? The answer is User Experience (UX)!
During this workshop, we will show you how to make your recruitment site compelling enough to make the right candidates want to apply. You will learn:
- What User Experience means.
- How to look at your own career site from a candidate’s point of view
- How to evaluate your assumption
- What the golden UX rules are
- How UX could be beneficial for your recruitment process
Save the date
- Tuesday January 30, 09:30 uur – ±12:00 uur
- Doors open 09:00 uur, and the session will include breakfast and a coffee break
- Location: Endouble offices, Amsterdam (Asterweg 20-F1)
Seats are limited, so send your details, along with a short motivation on why you should attend, and you will hear from us as soon as possible. Register now.
About the speaker:
“I believe design that is focused on creating beautiful objects and coherent branding is only the tip of the iceberg. Design solutions must be integrated within the context of real customer interactions across different devices, with a clear journey and goal in mind.”
Who should attend?
This session is designed for individuals who are involved with corporate recruitment and interested in UX design. After this knowledge session you know what possibilities there are to improve your recruitment process, by using UX design.
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