Mi4Corners is a global recruitment website. It provides a free service to job candidates, matching them with the best specialist recruitment agencies in their area of work. Instead of applying for hundreds of individual job listings, this system allows candidates to submit their information, and do the recruiters do all the hard work.
This is how we would describe the service:
*Don’t waste time applying for hundreds of jobs posted by hundreds of generalist recruiters and never getting a response
*Get in front of the best specialist recruiters in your industry
*Get your CV in front of the best employers in the world
The primary target market is:
Highly qualified professionals in UK, Australia and New Zealand, who want to relocate and find a job in either of the following destinations:
UK, New Zealand, Australia, Dubai and other Middle East regions, Singapur, Hong-Kong and other asian regions.
The secondary target market is:
Professional recruiters in specialized areas looking for candidates to place with employers.
The general look and feel of the website is 2.0, with clear focus on the call-to-actions. Needs to 'work', not to simply 'be pretty'.
It is extremely important that designers have a close look at the two attached documents before proposing designs. A lot of the work has been done already in the wireframes and mood-board.
The detailed wireframes inform designers on layout and general information architecture.
The mood-board informs designers what specific look and feel, fonts, and colour palette we are after.
We are very keen to provide more feedback for anyone interested.
We uploaded the existing logo in the file 'logo mi4corners.png', this is the only version we have, no vector versions, just use this as you can.
We uploaded a zip file with some marketing collateral. Use this only as information of what the company does, what services they offer, etc. Don't take this material as a reference of the visual style we are looking for.
We have been asked how many designed pages need to be included in the contest. The answer would be at least the homepage, and anything else is welcome too.