Three Quick Tips to Better Guide Candidates Through to Applying

By on April 17, 2018

As part of our career site audit for new clients, the interactive team at CKR regularly looks through existing career websites and scores them against what we call our “10 Axioms of a Successful Career Website.” One common recurring topic is the effective use of calls-to-action (CTAs) or buttons that drive candidates to apply for a job. While there are a lot of resources available to look up...

Why Your Emails Should…No…Must Be Responsive

By on February 26, 2015

As a designer/front-end developer of emails and career websites, my job is to make sure they look and function seamlessly across all screen sizes and devices — to ensure they’re responsive. Responsiveness can mean the difference between securing engagement or gaining a bad reputation among all the potential job candidates your organization wants to attract. If you think content is king,...

Recent Trends to Make Your Email Design Standout

By on May 20, 2013

Why Most Emails are Lame Email has remained pretty boring and unchanged since the late ‘90s, using tables instead of divs, and inline style instead of CSS. Just because it’s stuck in the past like Al Bundy, doesn’t mean you can’t make it functional and pleasing to the eye. The Basics Emails usually show up in a preview panel in email clients, which give you limited space to initially catch the...

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