Presented by a snappy-looking character called ’Uniq’ who looks as
though he’d be more at home with Sonic the Hedgehog than a box of
washing powder, this is Unilever’s attempt to attract new graduates and
help them find a job. I picked the Java option, which means I get a
funky and intuitive navigation device, but an extremely slow download.
Even using the non-Java option, the graphics (which look great) slow
down interaction with the site to a crawl. That said, the site is an
excellent introduction to the breadth and diversity of brands held under
the Unilever banner and should awaken the interest of a few potential
recruits. It’s just a shame I couldn’t find any up-to-date information
on positions vacant.
Brief Produce an interesting site aimed at students that reflects the
Created and designed by Simon Labett, David Gambe (Ogilvy & Mather),
Peter Lourenco (Amoeba Graphics)
Programming Oyster Systems
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