We are looking to generate *concepts, wireframes, and possibly prototypes* to eventually turn into a functional page. We're less interested in templates that follow our current visual language, but that's okay.
We are looking for a concept which would excite people to do this, i.e. why would someone give an interview to explain his/her job and how the process to give be intuitive and engaging for them.
Our initial idea is to have three sections:
- introduction/explanation, prepare to answer some questions
- the interview (we have this part, no design needed)
- thank you, perhaps showing them the interview they just took, perhaps allowing them to retake it
Specific things we're looking for in the design:
- slightly higher fidelity than wireframe or grayboxing. we're looking to explore concepts, but want to know what concerns you address and what ways you can get users excited.
- the page is one-time use--there is no signup, no account.
- we don't want this to be a survey, but more fun and engaging for the interviewee.
- design should include important copy, and address concerns and explain the benefits of sharing an explanation of your job with the world: (ie. "Should only take 10 minutes", "Your information will only be shared with students.", "we don't want your email address", "we don't want your money", "we're doing this just to make a resource to help students")
- Possibly a headline: "Help students find their dream job", "Just a few minutes can give valuable career mentorship for thousands of students"
- I'm not sure if we can graphically depict what we're doing. 100 professionals give interviews (you are one), and 100 students will separately browse jobs like yours that were submitted (note: the browsing part is not part of this design).
- maybe an option for people who might be more privacy conscious: maybe just let them enter what they do into a text box.
- the sections can be over multiple pages or on the same page.
- Desktop or laptop with webcam only, no mobile needed.