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Major Players gets the Tonic treatment for website

LONDON - Design industry recruitment consultancy Major Players has overhauled its website to reflect the creativity of its talent base, the evolution of its brand and the breadth of its offering.

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Created by design agency Tonic, the revamped Major Players site, which has just gone live, offers visitors easier navigation and better design.

Job candidates can receive job alerts and download a range of careers guidance on how to create a portfolio or CV or financial templates for freelances. The site also provides clients with access to top candidate information and a new gallery to showcase designers' latest work.

Jay Prynne, design director at Tonic, said: "The creative concept incorporates a theme of stars and the galaxy that links through to their corporate identity. We developed a fluid and tactile navigation system based around a stellar constellation theme, where stars reflect the industry and the 'major players' within it. Using satellite groups of stars as navigational hubs allows visitors to flow easily between the client and candidate sections."

Major Players CEO Jack Gratton said: "We've worked closely with Tonic to build a website that reflects our reputation as trusted career experts and captures the essence of our independent culture. With its distinctive design and human tone, the new site leads the way in the recruitment industry by moving on from the boring navigation and corporate blurb that's become the norm."

Launched in 1992, Major Players handles permanent and freelance placements for clients and agencies in the design, digital and marketing services sectors.

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