lol on the name Matty. But I was thinking this could be used for all line of tech, Web devs, Interaction Designers, SQL admins, Information Architects.
Perhaps recruiters is the wrong audience then. As I think through it, recruiters just regurgitate the job requirements they get from the company right? Maybe the audience should be hiring managers, or just companies in general.
Process would be something like a wizard:
I am company ABC. We think we need a UX designer. Lets check on "hypothetical site with no name yet lol"
a. Pick the skills I need:
- Someone that knows MVC and HTML
- Someone that knows Jquery
- Someone that knows CSS
The skills you are looking for could apply to the following. Please read the description and select the one that you think you need to proceed to the next step.
Web/Ix Designer - Web designers are typically strong coders with HTML, CSS and Jquery. They blah blah blah
Web Developer - Web Developers are typically strong back end coders with programming languages such as .NET blah blah
User Experience Designer - Ux designers are strong in the user experience process. They typically move a project though this process using research, analyzing, and prototyping tools, blah blah.
Just a thought.. I guess when I think through it this information is all available to them if they research but from what I read on some of these descriptions they dont.