Before designing, I familiarized myself with the existing Recurly careers page as well as other careers pages across the industry. I asked myself: what worked? what didn't? I used that research and my answers to these questions to inform my design decisions.
After completing low-fidelity mockups, I met with the SVP of Marketing, the Head of Design, and other marketing stakeholders in order to collaborate and gather feedback. Additionally, I engaged in design critiques with the visual and product design teams during each phase of the project.
Lead visual designer
Lead interaction designer
Entice visitors to learn about Recurly's culture and view open positions
Use high-quality photos, despite the limitations of the pandemic
Align the page with new design system
88% of total clicks on “See open positions”
We put emphasis on Recurlians with more employee photos and larger, brighter quote blocks
The new avatar style worked well with employee-provided selfies
The hero photography treatment and Recurlian quotes aligned with the design system while evolving the visual language
After collaborating with marketing and design leaders to create wireframes, we explored various visual directions for the hero section, the quotes section, and icons.
Company values artwork by Diego Vilela
Color was leveraged to evoke joy and celebrate the featured Recurlians.
The job-listing menu was modernized with larger, bolder typography.