Backed by Y Combinator and the Dorm Room Fund, Flo Recruit provides software to streamline recruiting events, capture candidate feedbacks in real-time.
I worked on projects for the employer and school platforms. I designed and built the marketing website and a CMS driven blog.Flo Recruit
Katherine A. | CEO
Courtney O. | PM
Atreya & Pranav | Engineer
Jack B. | Design Manager
Oct 2019 - Present
As COVID-19 hit, many firms started to explore the possibility to run their events online. The team at Flo worked around the clock to build a virtual event scheduling system that is integrated with our core candidate database and feedback features.
We built a new type of Flo event with flexible scheduling, powerful email automation and calendar integrations.
We usually do in-person training with the recruiters. However, since the Kanban board style UI isn’t widely used in legal softwares, we included a tutorial to guide the user creating the first Timeslot.
After setting the schedules. Recruiters can customize and automate emails to students as well as their own employees. The student side email include links to join video calls and to modify reservations. For employers, they can join video calls and open up feedback portal from the confirmed schedule email.
After event links are sent out, students can research who they want to meet with and register for sessions.
The team shipped this project in 4 weeks. We received very good feedback on the scheduling feature. Recruiters told us that the scheduling board is "exactly how they used to do it on paper".
You can learn more about this feature on the Flo Recruit website here.
Flo Recruit allows customers to send out open registration and Invite-only events. To improve the experience, we tackled one of our most requested features, a check-in flow to keep track of candidates' attendance.
We respect that recruiters at different firms have their ways to keep track of candidate attendance. So we designed a system that is not only fast and flexible but also compliments their tried and tested analog methods.
Recruiters can walk around and check people in on tablets, add new candidates on their phones, or sit at a laptop and type names to check attendees in.
Instead of marking check-ins, recruiters can have all attendees take their own name cards on entry. Mark the few names left as no-shows in the system.
Before we committed to the method, we also tested with another prototype for a different approach handling the problem. I cannot show the process assets, but if you would like to know more about the project, please directly reach out to me.
We redesigned Flo Recruit's marketing site to display our product better. The "Feature" page covers top features, integrations and FAQ. The "Customers" page helps our viewer to picture how our product can integrate into their existing workflow.Visit the site
In the effort to creating more website traffic, we designed and built a blog for Flo Recruit.
Without enough blog posts to launch with, we sketched out different stages of the blog as it scales and designed a modular system of content formats sections. We had a 10-day timeline to wireframe, mockup, implement and launch the blog with handoff training.
We built the CMS with a variety of tags and options. From the author's information to the interviewee's title, all the settings are easily accessible in content editor and are reflected differently on the display UI.