Our task for us was to design and build a new careers page for Allegiant. Our objective was to build the site in a way that is easily manageable for the Allegiant team.
First, we opted for Webflow – so we built a working prototype with it first. For production, we moved to Wordpress with Lever powering the job posting API backend and helping us get that up and running.
Our challenge was making the site work for multiple teams. Lever needed familiar code so they can manage it into the future. Allegiant needed usability and plug & play tools. The balance of this took a lot of upfront work setting up environments for the Allegiant team.
The new design is more focused on important content first, and creates a lot of room on the homepage to visit different parts of the site throughout. Coming off of multiple awards for “Best Place to Work” - we wanted the design to showcase that also. Making the site feel much more friendly with new photography.
We designed the job cards and filtering system so that job seekers can easily find career roles filtered by job type, location, team, employment type, and airports.
Each role has a subpage that dives into what the job is about and gives insight into what company culture is like.
We developed the website in Wordpress and connected Lever's platform using their job postings API and their data API. We got a working prototype using Webflow, then built the complete site in Wordpress.
We used an RSS Feed to pull Allegiants blog posts at their request.
We don't manage the website, so it's changed a lot since we've finished the project. The designs below are an accurate reflection of our results design wise.