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Designing a Job Interview Space in Mibo

Klooster, N.A. van der (2021) Designing a Job Interview Space in Mibo.

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Abstract:In a world in which the role that technology plays increases every day, more and more processes are being digitalised. However, the process of job interviewing seems to stay behind, while this is a crucial organisational process. Since the way in which job interviews are already being conducted online is not always a positive experience for both organisations and job seekers, it is important to find a new way for conducting job interviews online. For this reason, the goal of this graduation project was to design and develop a virtual job interview space in Mibo. Before starting the actual design process of this job interview space, a background research has been carried out, which was then used as a foundation for the rest of the research. Based on the information gained through this background research, the co-design process of the eventual product started. Throughout the course of this process, various prototypes were developed. After the first round of prototyping, two paper prototypes were designed which were then evaluated with end-users. Based on the results of these paper prototype tests, a lo-fi prototype of the virtual job interview space was made. This prototype was shared and discussed with stakeholders, after which various adaptations to the prototype were suggested. Based on these results, the final (hi-fi) prototype was developed using Unity. This final prototype is the end product of this graduation project, and has been evaluated thoroughly with potential end-users. After this final evaluation, it became clear that the virtual job interview that has been developed can, if developed for real, substantially contribute to the way in which job interviews are conducted online.
Item Type:Essay (Bachelor)
Clients:
Welkom, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Faculty:EEMCS: Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science
Subject:01 general works, 54 computer science, 70 social sciences in general
Programme:Creative Technology BSc (50447)
Link to this item:http://purl.utwente.nl/essays/88128
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