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5 Common Hiring Problems and How a Well-Designed ATS Can Fix Them


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99% of Fortune 500 companies and a growing number of small and mid-sized businesses filter resumes through application tracking systems – from large corporations like Starbucks, Nike, and U.S. Bank to startups like Airbnb, Venmo, and Squarespace.

There’s a huge amount of ATS solutions (applicant tracking systems) available on the market today. But as our experience of creating UI/UX design for the recruitment industry shows, not every ATS is equally effective in solving hiring issues. And the reason is often improper design.

Recruiters are busy people with very intense routine tasks and lots of deadlines, so to be helpful, ATS software should make the hiring process feel effortless. And that is possible to achieve with a quality user experience (UX) design. In this article, we will discuss what problems ATS software deal with and how good UX/UI design can help you cope with them.

But first of all, let’s define what a good ATS design is.

How to distinguish a good ATS UX/UI design

Proper applicant tracking system design will help recruitment teams use the tool easily without a lengthy and difficult onboarding process and focus on the thing that matters: recruitment.

Here’s a list of what to pay attention to when evaluating ATS products.

  • Appealing tool with intuitive details.

According to the aesthetic-usability effect, if a person finds the user interface of a certain app aesthetically pleasing, this app will automatically seem more user-friendly. That is, the software will look more organized, well-designed, and professional for users if they find it visually appealing.

Although you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, when it comes to evaluating ATS software solutions, pay attention to their user interface. If you like the way the tool looks, it will be much easier for you and your team to work with it on a daily basis

  • ATS is easy to learn.

When you’re growing your recruitment team, it probably means that you want a more productive hiring process that would quickly give you new high-quality employees. But it also means, that your new hiring managers will have to learn to use the recruitment tool. That’s why ATS with good design should have simple learning and onboarding processes

  • You can reach each product’s feature quickly and easily. 

Often recruiters have to manage several open positions and dozens of potential candidates at a time. As they can’t keep all the information in their heads and need to quickly find and access the needed data on each applicant, it’s essential for them to be able to quickly navigate through the app. 

Applicant tracking systems with a well-thought-out UX design are intuitive and make each feature accessible in few clicks. So, if an ATS you evaluate allows users to complete tasks within one window, while attached files are easy to notice and access, this software has a good design.

  • The tool is accessible on any device.

On average, top candidates stay available on the market for up to ten days only. This means hiring managers should be able to react quickly to applicants’ responses and close offers not only when they are in the office in front of their computer.

A user-friendly mobile version of your ATS software lets your hiring team stay flexible and is essential for your hiring success. 

Now you see that applicant tracking system design matters. Next, let's focus on problems that usually occur during the hiring process and define how good UX/UI ATS design can help in solving them.

5 common problems that recruiters often face

HRs are busy people with loads of responsibilities they have to deal with every day. Such amount of duties causes certain problems. Luckily, there are many ways a good ATS UX design can make their lives easier.

Problem 1. Resume hoarding is a very real phenomenon. It’s hard to keep track of them.

As recruiters receive a lot of incoming resumes from places like LinkedIn, Dice, Entelo, TalentBin, Github, Dribbble, and more, it becomes impossible to keep them organized. Now imagine, a hiring team has over 6000 resumes from the last half of the year only, and they can’t accurately search through them. It’s more than frustrating.

Solution: With such a problem, an advanced search feature is a must for an ATS. 

Let’s look at CEIPAL ATS which has a simple design that helps to organize the hiring process and keep track of resumes. 

CEIPAL has an integrated search functionality that allows recruiters to search through their own database and all major job boards from within the application. As well, to help HRs identify the best matches, the software provides multiple filters, like employment status, location, and length of employment. Finally, CEIPAL has a feature to set the percentage of relevance between the job title and desired skills, so that recruiters can easily find a perfect fit among numerous resumes.

Problem 2: It's difficult to build a talent pool in advance and grow faster because recruiters get a lot of requests and can't order them properly.

Often the only thing that sets one hiring manager apart from another is access to the company’s resume database, or their talent pool. And people who may have applied earlier may become a perfect fit for the new position later. However, to manage the talent pool properly and not get lost in all the resumes, hiring managers need to somehow organize potential candidates.

Solution: SmartRecruiters offers personalized tags feature to manage and coordinate talent pools more efficiently. A clean interface of SmartRecruiters adds the needed transparency to the hiring process and lets its users grow faster.

The process of tagging applicants is easy. To quickly build a talent pool, recruiters can tag their candidates with roles (like UX​ designer, Project Manager), or with skills (User Experience, Management, and so on). ​The candidates in that talent pool will then be visible when you filter the applicant list by a certain tag. The collection of tags is automatically updated whenever the user creates a new tag.

SmartRecruiters ATS tagging feature design to work with a talent pool

Problem 3. Recruiters need to hire as fast as possible, as an unfilled position costs the company money and delays in operations. 

Hiring is usually a multi-step and lengthy process that involves posting open positions, examining the job requirements, reviewing applications, screening, shortlisting candidates, selecting the right fit, and more. So, being a recruiter means that you can spend about eight hours a day working in an ATS system, and by the middle of the day, even the simplest need to click here or there can become tedious. And remember, they need to hire fast.

Solution: The appropriate applicant tracking system design can help hiring teams cope with this issue. The UI can impact how quickly and efficiently recruiters are able to manage the applicant process.

The BambooHR ATS system is known for being user-friendly and easy to learn. The visual layout of the tool allows for simple reading and a comprehensive understanding of each feature. It has an easy-to-access mobile app, customizable email templates, an attendance tracking feature, streamlined hiring procedures for applicants, and simple onboarding. So, BambooHR’s simple design saves HRs a lot of time and effort.

Problem 4. Collecting metrics and recruitment data allows companies to continuously refine their hiring process and make informed decisions. However, gathering and analyzing data is difficult.

Even if a candidate tracking system offers an in-built analytics reports feature, there’s little use if those reports come in a form of incomprehensible graphs and unclear spreadsheets.

In such a case, the analysis of the information would take too long, recruiters won’t be able to correctly spot hiring trends, and, as a result, they may miss out on business opportunities. 

Solution: The correct data visualization and good dashboard design can make the work with data easy and promote quick decision-making.

A popular ATS system Comeet offers easy-to-comprehend custom dashboards and reports features. Customizing the data output is a no-brainer with its help. Users may change values (such as time, source, department, and location) to view any kind of information to then easily compare the data with clean charts.

Problem 5. Hiring requires the involvement of people from various departments to properly evaluate the candidate. Maintaining a seamless feedback-sharing process is complex though.

Recruiters work really hard to find the right candidate, and convince them that you’re the best company to work for and it’s worse to fly across the country for a 2-hour interview. And after the interview is finally held, a hiring manager has to wait few more days until the representative from another department gives their feedback on the candidate, so that the HR can make their final hiring decision (sometimes, there is more than one representative).

This makes the process of sharing feedback complex and confusing.

Solution: Based on our experience with the Hirerise ATS recruitment tool,  such a problem can be addressed with the help of UI/UX design.

To make communication between recruiters and experts from other departments seamless and coherent, we made it possible for Hirerise users to create “teams” and add the needed team members there. Inside a team, users can communicate, comment on candidates, tag each other, and set tasks. To make the comment feature easy to access, we put it on one screen with the applicant’s info, so users don’t have to switch between tabs.

Want to make the lives of recruiters easier? Do it with Eleken!

About fifty percent of businesses that use applicant tracking systems aren’t happy with their choice. And it’s understandable, after all, not every company has the same hiring procedure, thus not every ATS can satisfy all their needs. 

There are still problems that recruiters face on a daily basis and that are not resolved by the tools they use. So, in case you have the resources to create an ATS that exactly meets every stage of the recruitment process, doing it can greatly improve the efficiency of your hiring team. And Eleken can help you build a quality HRM design solution.

Kateryna Mayka


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All Secret Ingredients of Good UI in 7 eLearning Interface Design Examples

Interface designer is a fairy godmother of your eLearning application. They can make it simpler to use, more engaging, and more suitable to the context. 

But unless UI is done right, your interface carriage may turn into a pumpkin even before the clock strikes midnight. To make sure it doesn't come to that, let’s learn from the best eLearning interface designs.

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You're about to see some examples of eLearning platform design — award-winning ones, ones that you’ll recognize as soon as you set eyes on them, and ones that you’ve never seen before. 

Those examples are here not only for you to pull some inspiration from. Each of them represents some general principles of user interface design, and some ways you can go about creating your own educational application. 

Later in this article, we’ll explore applications designed to look good at any device and those that enhance user engagement. But first, let’s look at user interface design examples that add to learning applications’ usability.

UI design can improve the learning experience

Throwing too much info at your readers at once is a good way to drive them into overload. Luckily, a masterful UI can turn any bunch of content into a simple minimalistic app. Let me show you how it works with our first example of an eLearning system.

TypingClub design for maintaining focus

TypingClub is an online touch typing course that works really hard to minimize all the information unrelated to the lesson. The app controls dissolve as soon as a student starts typing to appear only when a mission is accomplished. They are minimized to a tiny menu button in the top left corner and a few icons in the top right one.

TypeClub's minimalistic interface

Such a minimalistic interface has a calming effect on the viewer. It allows the learner to focus. It promotes clarity. But white spaces shouldn’t entirely replace controls, orientation signs and visual cues — otherwise, users would fail to find the needed spot in your app.

iSpring Learn presents navigation and orientation best practices

When students struggle to orient themselves inside eLearning courses, it’s a design problem. Because students should use their cognitive capacity for learning their lesson rather than learning how to use your application.

Below, you can see a screenshot from the iSpring learning management system that shows how one of the eLearning industry leaders ensures successful customer journeys.

lms ux rules: Orientation example
iSpring Learn shows how to design LMS

To help users orient within a course, iSpring shows all the topics on the right. To navigate within each topic, you have a bottom menu that allows you to start or stop, move forward or backward, or return to the main menu.

If you want more details about LMS design, we highly recommend you check out our LMS UX design rules article.

Duolingo masters bite-sized learning content

With over 150 million users registered around the world, Duolingo is one of the most popular language-learning apps on the market today. It takes a gamification approach to education, it takes eLearning graphic design to a whole new level, it became a meme after all.

You can't say "Duolingo" without showing one of those legendary Duolingo memes

All of this makes Duolingo the perfect candidate for us to explore learning interface design. But let us draw attention to the feature that hides behind Duolingo’s bright graphics, points, and badges. It’s Duolingo’s bite-sized content.

When signing up for Duolingo, you can choose between learning for 5, 10, 15, or 20 minutes a day — and the app will provide you with snackable lessons that fit that time gap. 

Duolingo user interface
Image credit: usabilitygeek.com

Such eLearning architecture design makes perfect sense. Microlearning fits perfectly into the natural flow of users’ workday with its little time spans and tiny smartphone screens. Such short pieces of content work in favor of learning on the go. You can learn a lesson while staying at a bus stop or waiting in a queue for a morning coffee. 

User interface design can make your app look good on all devices

Responsive eLearning design sounds like a good idea, since learners will use whatever devices they have to access their training. However, squeezing a web course to mobile, or mobile learning course to VR triggers some non-obvious design challenges.

PublishXI LMS and its mobile UI eLearning approach

On the web, we control the interface with clicks and mouse scrolling. On mobile devices it’s not the case — the layout should allow one to finger-scroll, zoom, or pinch the screen. That’s why you can’t easily adapt desktop interfaces to mobile.

When we at Eleken created mobile and web apps for the PublishXI learning management system, we designed two different apps for two different devices. 

LMS design for PublishXI

For instance, given that most people navigate on their phones with a single hand, we put mobile navigation buttons at the bottom of the screen and made them large enough for users to tap with their thumb.

VR eLearning presented by LabTrainingVR Biosafety Cabinet 

Education in a 360-degree interactive environment is by default much more exciting than just sitting in a classroom listening to some dude spelling things. Like, students can experience first-hand the life of an Ancient Greek artisan instead of visiting a museum or virtually travel to the Easter Island statues instead of just looking for Polynesia on a map.

However, virtual reality is a very specific medium that lives by its own rules, differing from those for web and mobile design. In web design, for instance, we have a series of tricks to make functionality obvious for users. Like, a pointer icon that changes to a hand icon every time you point the mouse cursor on something clickable on the web. How would the same work for VR?

The LabTrainingVR course was created for public health laboratory professionals, to help them apply knowledge and practice setting up a biological safety cabinet. This virtual lab shows how the principle of discoverability can be applied to virtual reality technology:

  • Proximity implies a relationship with objects.
  • Objects available for manipulation are large and easy to select. They have bright colors, as compared to light monotonous backgrounds.
  • The highlight around the selected objects works as a cue to show what items can be manipulated.

UI has the power to enhance user engagement

eLearning UX design services can offer scenarios, branching, storytelling, gaming, assessments, and more to inspire instructional design. Here we have examples of such engagement techniques well implemented.

Sololearn and its engagement triggers 

Learner engagement triggers, also known as gamification, are a popular way to increase user motivation and retention. Sololearn is the world's largest community of people learning to code, and it has a full set of gamification mechanics such as challenges, badges, rankings and progress bars. Let’s take a look at them.

Sololearn gamification: challenges, achievements, leaderboard. Image credit: riseapps.co

Thanks to its community-driven engagement techniques, Sololearn has grown by word of mouth to 21 million registered users in 12 months. Its gamification is so good it makes learning addictive for some users.

sololearn gamification meme
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Shady Sam presents the very essence of eLearning gamification

Congratulations! You have been hired by Shady Sam, and your job is to rip hard-working Americans off by providing questionable loans with hidden interest rates. Work diligently, and you’ll get cool stuff for your desk.

That’s the story told by Shady Sam, a browser game from Mckinney designed to demonstrate how loan terms can hurt you, if you don’t pay attention.

Instead of listening to a boring lecture about mortgage and interest rates, users take the role of a loan shark. Trying to trick others in the game, players easily understand the logic behind such tricks. 

This learning app was created according to all gamification best practices:

  • It offers a simplified, easy to grasp model of a complex financial system.
  • It makes players take on a new role and make decisions in that role. Namely, users learn by simulating new experiences. 
  • Finally, the game immerses players into the new world and makes people take their lessons seriously.

Interested in gamification techniques? We have a dedicated article about how to use gamification in eLearning.

So how to design an eLearning platform?

Now that you are inspired by some awesome learning examples, time to move to the next level. User experience is the backbone of any application, so we recommend checking out our guide to UX strategy so that you can build the foundation of your eLearning project.

If you’re looking for designers to implement your ideas, you may find the article on how to build a design team useful.

Need a bit more information about UI and UX? Read our comprehensive product design article. Or better get in touch with Eleken designers. We’d be happy to help.

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Applicant Tracking System Design: How to Make Recruitment Better for Everyone

Do you know how long the best candidate stays available? On average, ten days only 🤯. That means recruiters should be very nimble to hunt successful candidates and win them over. But that is easier said than done. 

An immense workload and poorly organized hiring process exhaust recruiters, and they can easily miss appropriate job seekers by losing candidates’ resumes or failing to reach out timely. Things become much easier with the recruitment process automation or so-called applicant tracking system or ATS.

Being a SaaS design agency, Eleken embraces design trends from various industries to be able to help our clients with even the most specific requests. Thus, we have some insights to share with you regarding the recruitment industry as well.

What benefits ATS offers, which features an effective ATS should include, and how to build applicant tracking system design - these questions we will discuss in this blog post. 

What is an applicant tracking system, and how to know if you need one?

Applicant tracking system or ATS facilitates collecting and processing data of specialists applying for a specific position. The ATS’s primary purpose is to streamline the recruitment process by workflow automation and optimization. Although the recruitment tools market is quite saturated, offering various services from common recruiting platforms to technology-based services like Textio, you can still build a unique ATS solution that will perfectly fit your niche needs. 

The time to think about implementing an ATS comes when you find your business in any of these conditions:

  1. Your business is rapidly growing, and you lack hands in a people’s management department to handle all new openings.
  2. Your employee turnover rate is high, and the staffing process gets out of control.
  3. You have issues with reporting and legal compliance due to the applicants’ data being scattered chaotically.
  4. Your HR staff is running with sweat in an attempt to fulfill the positions.
  5. You’re hiring during pandemics and need the help of AI-driven analytics tools to find the best candidates.
when do I need an applicant tracking system?
Image credit: ddi-dev.com

Applicant tracking system benefits

If you’re still considering building an applicant tracking system, 94% of recruiters will tell you - yes. Just look at the advantages the ATS system brings to your organization.

  • Saving time

The reality is that around 80% of submitted applications don’t match job openings and just waste recruiters’ time spent for the analysis. Thanks to workflow automation, recruiters don’t spend tons of time on application screening, which is the most time-consuming part of the recruitment process. 

  • Saving cost

Without an ATS, you’d probably need to expand your recruiters’ headcount to handle the staffing process. That means you have to increase your monthly payments by thousands of dollars, whereas the ATS cost is around a hundred dollars a month per user. Isn’t it attractive mathematics from a business perspective?

  • Recruitment simplification

The ATS layout visualizes each candidate’s interview stage and makes it easy to track progress by moving cards on the Kanban board. You won’t lose resumes. And you don’t need multi-sheet Excel files to keep the hiring process on track. 

  • Legal compliance

This ATS’s functionality keeps recruiters aware of changes in laws and regulations that can impact hiring decisions. Besides, the system preserves all the information about an applicant and justifies the refusal in hiring if someone, for example, has lawsuits.

  • Quality candidates

Usually, the best candidates are taken first. According to the research, the brightest professionals stay on the market only for ten days before getting hired, so the quickest company wins. The ATS system allows you to be quick.

Industry experts state that to be effective, the applicant tracking system should include the features that really matter. 

What’s that? Let’s figure it out.

ATS features that matters

Who knows better about ATS features than people engaged in recruiting daily? Hung Lee, the CEO of WorkShape.io, the talent matching service, shared his opinion with the experts of Workable, the all-in-one hiring solution. Mr. Lee named the top features an applicant tracking system should have.

Here are some of them:

  • Candidates data import and export;
  • Universal search (the possibility to find a record by any part included);
  • Messaging (customized messages functionality);
  • Tags (or data segmentation);
  • Collaboration (involvement of other team members in recruitment);
  • Google apps integration.

To complete the picture, the experts from Workable add some more ATS desired features they believe play an essential role in the recruitment process optimization.

Perhaps the least expected one is... 

  • Employer branding

Even being not that obvious, brand consistency conveys confidence and makes a positive impression on potential employees. 

  • Multi-sourced data aggregation

Sometimes, to compile a full picture of a candidate, a recruiter should pull the information from various sources. If the ATS can collect all candidate’s data in a unified profile, it enables recruiters to work more efficiently.

  • Interview management

It’s nearly impossible to handle dozens of interviews smoothly without seamless calendar integration for both a recruiter and a candidate. The more structured and organized the interview process, the better overall impression a potential employee will have about the company.

  • Candidates’ data hub. 

If the information chunks about the candidate and their interview performance are scattered across spreadsheets, emails, and social media messages, it can be quite a hassle to assemble the comprehensive picture. An ATS enables building well-organized candidate profiles to keep all necessary information at your fingertips.

candidates' data hub example of Workable
Image credit: workable.com
  • Mobile application

In a fast-paced world, contacting potential candidates only when you’re in front of your PC or laptop is a sort of unattainable luxury. The hire-on-the-go is a new norm, so building a mobile app is a must if you’re concerned about your customers’ great user experience.

How to build (and design) an applicant tracking system?

Despite the abundance of software tools on the recruitment market, finding a suitable solution seems to be not such an easy task. Either the feature is lacking or UX is bad, the reality is almost half of the companies that implemented ready-to-use ATS are not satisfied with their choice.  

The same situation happened to our client that came to Eleken for UI/UX design of his own ATS called Hirerise. While all the existing ATS tracking solutions on the market were a bit outdated and complex, we wanted to design an app that is both appealing and functional.

So, if you decide to tackle this challenging task and build your in-house ATS, here are some tips on arranging the process and creating the applicant tracking system we learned while working on Hirerise project. .

Define your expectations from ATS

You basically have to answer three simple (relatively) questions:

  • What are those issues you want to address with the help of the new ATS?
  • What frictions do you want to avoid in your future applicant tracking system?
  • And what features do you want to add to/remove from your current ATS (if you have any)?

To make the process of answering the above questions more effective, it’s crucial to conduct a competitive analysis. It will give you a clear understanding of what customers expect to find in your applicant tracking system, as well as it will allow you to define your competitive advantage.

Once you’re confident with the expectations from the new ATS, it’s time to outline a features’ list. Not to base such important design decisions on bare assumptions you’ll need to question your recruiting team (that is, conduct user research). Together with the specialists directly involved in working with recruitment tools, you’ll be able to shortlist the must-have features and then rate them in order of importance.

Going through user research helped us to make very important decisions on how to streamline team communication in Hirerise. The thing is that the whole hiring process consists of many stages that require the involvement of various people from different departments (consequently they need to communicate with each other). Recruiters complained that the hiring flow they got was complex and confusing, as each time they wanted some feedback from other team members they had to somehow contact them. 

To make this process simple and straightforward, Hirerise users can create a team, add the needed members, and together easily comment on candidates, tag each other, or set tasks. Besides, we placed comments on the same screen with the applicant’s bio, so users don’t have to switch between tabs.

candidate portfolio in ATS

Build your ATS MVP

The next step after the brainstorming sessions is to create a minimum viable product or a pilot version of your new ATS. With such a fundamental product, it’s wise to start small and check if you go right before making huge investments.

What features can you include in your MVP?

Social sharing (LinkedIn integration is a must-have!)

Once a job description is ready to go, you can quickly distribute it with a few clicks to different social media.

Fast CV download

You can effortlessly download a candidate’s resume to the database with just one click. You just need an API (an application programming interface) to integrate your applicant tracking system with job search platforms and social media websites.

Database search 

Typically, ATS includes a large applicant database, so you can make a keyword or a boolean search within. The keyword search means you can quickly find a necessary candidate by typing in specific skills or experience. The boolean search allows you to search for several parameters simultaneously. Search functions help significantly reduce time spent on candidates’ pre-selection.

A Boolean search feature in a readymade ATS
A Boolean search feature in a readymade ATS

Smart scheduling

When talking about scheduling, a Google Calendar integration comes top of mind enabling you to have all set appointments in one place. A smart scheduling tool extracts data from participants’ calendars so a recruiter can see free slots and suggest appropriate timing for an interview. It’s as easy as pie to set up the interview just with a couple of clicks.

Here’s how the calendar looks in Hirerise:

ATS smart scheduling feature example

Inbuilt analytics

That’s already a common thing for a modern ATS to have analytics and reporting capabilities. It’s a great feature to quickly see hiring statistics to know whether you need to improve the hiring process..

For Hirerise, we added the analytics report to the dashboard’s overview tab. We designed it with a lot of white space and only the most crucial indicators so that users can spot the needed information in a few seconds.

ATS dashboard design

Mobile optimization

In the era of smartphones, when most people spend five-six hours daily on their mobiles, it’s no wonder that a job search also moved to mobile devices. So, mobile hiring can be fairly named one of the most noticeable trends in recruitment. Your ATS should be easily used on smartphones. Thus, make sure it fits any size’s screens and loads fast.

Ensure your ATS is user-friendly

To be successful, the app has to be beautiful inside and outside. That is, it has to provide both great UI and UX. As a customer-focused design agency, we approach UX design with special responsibility as the experience customers get when using your ATS literally decides the product’s success. Taking care of the UX, you’ll be one step ahead of the competition since lots of current staffing tools don’t pay due attention to the ATS user experience.

Here is what you should consider when designing your ATS:

It should be intuitive and easy to use. What would be your first impression if you look at the system with an unbiased eye? Does it evoke a desire to try using or better closing it? Go with your guts and mind that with high probability other users may feel the same way.

It should be a no-brainer for recruiters. Do you know that it takes more than four months to hire new staff? If you plan to expand your recruiters’ team, they should be able to learn fast and hit the ground running as soon as possible. The self-explanatory ATS will ultimately reduce time and cost for long introduction training.

It should be mobile-ready. As we’ve already discussed above, the reality is that recruiters often work on the go. Thus, it’s crucial to design your ATS the way evenly usable on desktops and mobile devices.

And here’s how we took care about Hirerise’s look and feel: 

  • To perfectly think out clear structure, logical and convenient design elements placement, we used wireframing.
wireframing for applicant tracking system design
  • To create a clean and intuitive user interface for Hirerise, we, together with the client, created a moodboard that put our design ideas in the right direction. 
moodboard example for an applicant tracking software
  • As a result, we managed to design an app that makes the hiring process hassle-free and pleasant.

A wrap-up

The applicant tracking systems constantly evolve. They bring immense value to businesses by optimizing the recruitment process and bringing the best professionals on board. Even though building and designing your own ATS is not that simple, this game is worth the candle. Let us know if you need any design help on the way. And here we have more about systems’ design - check out our article about how to design a CRM.

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