- Main Platform Flow
- Navigation Changes
- For User Testing
- About you
- Uploading your CV
- Work History
- Professional Development
- Apply to a Brief
- Version 1
- Version 2
- Functional Spreadsheet
- Other Projects
Peerpoint is a platform built by Allen & Overy to manage their recruitment in their law firm. As most of their employees are actually contractors with their own LTD, we had a specific persona model from where we built up the functions
Main Platform Flow
After onboarding Main journey is to apply to brief Second journey is to check and update profile
Edit: After the first review we establish that in the first phase we will focus on the user profile and then the opportunity list. But this will change gradually, and after we have enough users and job briefs we will focus this previous model. Ideally the designs will be able to switch without any considerable change in structure.
We switched from the focus on jobs description to the profile. In the new flow after on-boarding the user would see their profile and option tabs for CV's, Work History, Training History and Docs. I will go through each page below ↓.
Additionally we discussed to create a dashboard because pointing out people directly to the profile is a bit counterintuitive. So for the testing we discussed creating two version of navigation around the app, one would be Version 1 — Once the user logs in he is pointed to his profile and Version 2 — We create a dashboard that includes the links to the three main section and possibly adding the Availability widget there as well.
For User Testing
We will have a Version 1 where the homepage will show the profile and the
The profile section has 5 tabs, starting with 'About you' section to 'CV', 'Work History', 'Professional Development' (Previously called 'Training History') and 'Docs'.
Professional summary section will include a mix of pre filled entries that are not editable like Name and Surname (changing names is handled by customer support)
Uploading your CV
Here we will discuss how CV's are currently working
1) You start with a non approved CV or a non approved CV and a revised version (See next screen)
2) At this stage you can view your CV option that will open a lightbox on top with option to see the Details or Notes and eventually download your file. You cannot delete or edit anything in the entry.
As all fields are completed the 'Add' button becomes clickable. As an alternative we ca use a double tap on the button, once you tap once the button copy will change
Once reviewed, the Peerpoint CV appears in the new top section
Once tapped you will receive a notification confirming your new doc has been uploaded
This section aims to replace the CV on a longer term and bring value to Peerpoint. At the moment on the Work History section we will have two type of cards:
A) The roles that we've pulled out of salesforce, these are not editable
B) Cards that are submitted by user these will be always editable
All cards will be ordered by date and will have a ballpark figure showing duration (months worked)
In this section the user can add their training, it will have an option to 'Add new' and 'Edit' the details of a card.
Apply to a Brief
To apply to a brief we have establish two routes, one is a bit more complex while the other is the most minimum viable function on the product.
Opportunities page consists
The Brief page
Shortlist is the place where you can find the jobs you have been shortlisted.
Once your CV is approved it will appear in the 'Peerpoint CV' Section.
Once you tap 'Add CV' a lightbox will appear with options to name the CV entry, add notes (Optional), Browse and add the file, checkbox that will remind users this CV will replace any other previous entries and 'Submit' button that will be active to tap only when we have all the required fields filled.