Who: ICOMOS Canada (the Canadian National Committee of the International Council on Monuments and Sites), in partnership with Parks Canada, launches the Youth in Heritage program, an employment and mentorship initiative connecting employers to the next generation of cultural heritage practitioners. The program brings together cultural heritage professionals and young people between the ages of 15-30 to gain meaningful experience in cultural heritage conservation.
How: The brief was to build a next generation employment portal that would allow employers to post available positions at their heritage-related organization, as well as make it easy for job-seekers to search and filter through those open positions. We took the client through our discovery process to ensure we had all the key audiences and their characteristics, to enable us to design and develop an appropriate website that also had a youth appeal. The result is a beautiful looking modern web design, with all the functionality you would expect from a cutting edge job portal.