Design decisions surround us every day in almost everything we do. Better design benefits all of us from the transport systems that we use to seats that we sit on, the screens we interact with and the software that drives them. Professionals who can do this job in an intuitive and creative manner are out there, but how do you attract them? A well-written design job description is the right place to start. The templates provided in this section can be tailored to your preferences to provide the following:
- A demonstrable understanding of the skills and knowledge you're looking for
- A list of job requirements and responsibilities
- An opportunity to let applicants know you're serious about investing in talent
With a well formulated design job description, you can add direction to your recruitment process and generate effective interview questions. Let candidates know exactly what is expected of them, and how their performance will be evaluated, in order to avoid misunderstandings.