Peak was the result of a 3-day workshop focused on finding a way to reduce the costs and inefficiencies around hiring the right candidate.

Working with a small team, we reviewed research, industry statistics, listened to interviews with users, sketched, discussed, ate M&Ms, and collectively mapped out the entire app.

We took that thinking and designed the branding, visual design style, and built a clickable prototype for a couple key user flows for the team to test.

The visual style was meant to feel smart, uplifting and helpful.

To start using Peak, business owners would add basic company information, authenticate external services, and add their team.

Candidates would receive quick-and-easy questions in their inbox to build an understanding of what type of companies and positions they would thrive in overtime.

The application would show candidate matches for each position, organized by team.

Business owners could click on a candidate to see more information about them and why they were a match.

Peak was the result of a 3-day workshop focused on finding a way to reduce the costs and inefficiencies around hiring the right candidate.

Working with a small team, we reviewed research, industry statistics, listened to interviews with users, sketched, discussed, ate M&Ms, and collectively mapped out the entire app.

We took that thinking and designed the branding, visual design style, and built a clickable prototype for a couple key user flows for the team to test.

The concentric outlines are meant to evoke radar, as if the logo is scanning the the market for the perfect candidate.

The visual style was designed to feel smart, uplifting and helpful.

To start using Peak, business owners would add basic company information, authenticate external services, and add their team.

Candidates would receive quick-and-easy questions in their inbox to build an understanding of what type of companies and positions they would thrive in overtime.

The application would show candidate matches for each position, organized by team.

Business owners could click on a candidate to see more information about them and why they were a match.

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code by Jared – photos by Shannon

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