TimeJobs.com unveils new look

TimeJobs.com unveils new look

Author | exchange4media News Service | Wednesday, Jan 11,2012 7:28 AM

TimeJobs.com unveils new look

TimesJobs has revamped its website with a new design and by introducing a host of tools that will provide many options on the homepage as well as enhance the user’s interface experience through the site.

Commenting on the new design, Amit Jain, VP, TimesJobs.com, said, “We hope these improvements encourage job-seekers to fine tune their resumes, enhance their job-search and apply to corporates that are in high demand.”

Moreover, many modifications and tweaks throughout the website have led to a 50 per cent improvement in the downloading speed of the site.

While there are several small changes in the look and feel of the homepage, some of the major changes are the enhanced tabbed header, the new floating navigation bar, the user login form and the profile snippet box.

The enhanced tabbed header offers viewing second level navigation by over-informing users of further selections. This feature is applicable across site and makes TimesJobs navigation clean and lets users get a preview of what to expect on the next page.

The new floating navigation bar flashes on the bottom of the screen across site. The floating bottom bar comprises critical navigation options that offer ease of job search to both logged-in and unregistered users.

The new user log-in form is a prominent box on the top right hand side of the homepage that lets users login to their TimesJobs’ account right away.

The new profile snippet box allows logged-in users to view their profile information on the home page itself, essentially a condensed personalised summary. This box also facilitates them to update their profile details and view customised recommendations without having to visit multiple pages.

“Our research showed that the above data fields are critical to a jobseeker’s success in finding a matching job, and having them put succinctly in a single box makes it very easy to access,” Amit Jain commented on these new tools.

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