Monster.com: Prototypes & Diagrams
In this project, you'll find examples of work I performed at Monster.com, from 2011-2012. Most of the samples you'll find here are wireframes designed using the tool Mockflow, during an early stage after it's release.
The above video is a short introduction to the first major feature I added to the Monster Government Solutions Enterprise Suite - redesigned & improved Headers & Footers.
The above is a screenshot of a completely new part of the Monster suite I designed, called the "Event Scheduler". This feature, which was given to our federal clients, allowed them to schedule onboarding events at their agencies without having to send Outlook calendar invites to, at times, hundreds of people. Instead, our system managed the entire event.
 
This particular screenshot is of the personal dashboard for published events. I designed and coded it myself, and it was then implemented by our senior Java developers.
This graphic was designed for a piece of Monster marketing material that was to be used at multiple presentations through the 2012 fiscal year.
 
The graphic was designed using Photoshop.
One major application in the Monster Enterprise Hiring Suite was "Onboarding", a tool which companies used once a candidate was selected & ready to be hired. The Onboarding tool was extremely versatile, but very difficult to use.
 
This particular wireframe was the final draft of my redesign for the "Tentative Offer Letter" process.
 
This wireframe was designed using an early version of Mockflow.
One of the first tasks that I was given after starting at Monster.com was to update the overall design of their entire Government Solutions suite of hiring, onboarding, scheduling, and offboarding.
 
This image is a post-redesign / pre-redesign composite to show the progression that I made. Instead of unattractive colors, small buttons, very small fonts, and difficult pathing, I decided to spruce up the entire look and feel of the Monster suite by using Monster's own color palette, increasing the font size, changing the default font, and increasing the amount of white space. This gave their entire suite a fresh look & feel, while substantially increasing the overall readability.
For consumers who were looking for federal jobs, Monster had been using the same federally-branded interface for over 10 years when I got there. The design was extremely dated, very difficult to navigate, and was often cited as being "the worst candidate portal in all of hiring."
 
Bearing that in mind, one of my major tasks was to completely reimagine the entire candidate-facing system. This was a near-final draft of the redesign of the candidate dashboard, which tested extremely well with consumers between the ages of 18-55, male and female, from across the country and in multiple professions.

This wireframe was designed using an early version of Mockflow.
Within the Hiring Management application, federal users of the system could invite existing federal workers to apply for vacancies within their agencies. This was typically preferred over hiring from the outside, as it was advantageous to fill positions from within.
 
This screen was used to send individual, and bulk, invitations to existing federal employees. Users had the option of using boilerplate language to invite candidates, or create their own custom messages.
 
This wireframe was designed using an early version of Mockflow.
This graphic was designed for a piece of Monster marketing material that was to be used at multiple presentations through the 2012 fiscal year.

The graphic was designed using Photoshop.
The above video is a short introductory walkthrough of a new feature I designed & implemented at Monster, a rich text editor.
The above video is a short introductory walkthrough of a new feature I designed & implemented at Monster - drag and drop functionality within the hiring system.
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Monster.com: Prototypes & Diagrams

A sample of wireframes and graphics I created while working at Monster.com from 2011 to 2012.
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