PathWise is a career management and professional development tool for people to find their "path" via calls or video chats with a coach or mentor.
For the MVP of the site, PathWise allows professionals to create their personal brand statements and career visions. Professionals can also set goals and actions to discuss with coaches via video calls in the site.
PathWise is there for its users, which is why there are very ways to guide themr to what they need to do in each section of the site. The platform is aimed to people who is a little bit lost in their careers and need help from coaches so the platform itself is kind of a coach.
Create a clickable prototype for a web-app that works as a digital coach for professionals who need to take control of their careers.
Before the launch of the MVP, we need to gather users' interest by telling them there is a platform that's here for them.
We created a complete website that tells the full story of what PathWise does for individuals, businesses and educators.
Defining someone's path and career journey is challenging. There are frustrations, discomfort as the gatekeepers of progress. So how can you design an instructional product for people in this mindset?
To encourage momentum and minimize overwhelm, I kept tasks simple and straightforward. I kept the color palette that PathWise already had but combined these colors to keep the platform welcoming and clutter-free.
Professionals can set several goals and keep track of their progress. In the process, they can also schedule coaching sessions with mentors to help them reach their full potential.
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