Profilum website layouts
Profilum uses testing to help find and develop child’s talents and decide on his or her future profession.
Layouts of the personal account, test and result pages introducing career guidance were designed at the studio.
The website works like this: visitors take tests which are then used to determine the child’s talents and choose recommended programs of supplementary eduction.
The child and the parents take the test separately, their results are combined to achieve better accuracy.
Information about skills, interests and talents is presented in beautiful graphs.
Parents are shown how their answers differ from the answers of their child. If a mom said her daughter prefers singing to computer programming and the daughter answered the exact opposite, the website will recommend paying closer attention to the child’s interests.
Test results list the most suitable professions and recommended educational programs.
The website works with different educational centers, art schools and sports clubs. Some of them have a logo and photographs, others don’t.
Several templates were created for course cards making offers with no logos or photos look just as well as those that have them.
Bright icons were drawn for courses that don’t have a logo of their own.
Professions in the catalog are broken down by industry. Each industry has its own color and a recognizable icon. The description lists required skills and an approximate salary range.
The catalog will be interesting to explore even for adults. It turns out, there’s a profession of a “drone operator” and it pays pretty well!
All activity in the service can be easily tracked using the feed on the personal account page. The feed suggests what to do next and which courses to consider.
All started, completed and pending tests are stored in a separate section on the personal account page.
The interface uses the principle of the narrow locus of attention: elements not needed at the current moment are hidden so as not to distract the user.
Pretty microanimations help interact with the interface and set the mood for the website.
The website helps to reveal the child’s true inclinations instead of thoughtlessly supporting parents who think their kid needs to join a chess club.
- Ludwig Bistronovsky
- Evgeny Panov
- Maksim Fatfullin
- Aleksandra Maun
- Aleksandr Nosikov
- Irina Aron