Designers can now be recruited on the Internet via a new interactive media application launched by recruitment consultant Price Jamieson. The application has been designed by AKQA New Media, which has also produced a set of `unofficial’ guidelines for organisations wishing to use the Internet for marketing or corporate communications.The recruitment application is called Price Jamieson On-Line and features `help annotations, and a friendly user interface with familiar graphical icons’, says a spokesman. Users can also complete a rsum questionnaire and send it directly to Price Jamieson via e-mail. For more details telephone 0171-580 7702, or e-mail PriceJam@cityscape.co.uk.
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