PRLog - March 27, 2014 - The company's name, website and logo, take their inspiration from the Moon, by using existing visible features on the moon's surface which resemble the letters "C" and "V" (from Curriculum Vitae) exploiting the "Pareidolia"
Picture comparing a photograph of the full Moon with cvmoon's Registered™ Logo
According to Wikipedia, "Pareidolia is a psychological phenomenon involving a vague and random stimulus (often an image or sound) being perceived as significant"
Several companies have previously expressed an interest in placing their logos on the Moon, some more seriously such as Pizza Hut and others more jovially like Pepsi. There has even been company offering to carve your company's logo on the moon! CVMoon.com believe that they have stolen a march on all of these companies by identifying and using the existing features clearly visible on the moon in their logo which is no t only protected by copyright but also as a registered trademark.
This new recruitment service differentiates itself from the many similar others in this already crowded market place, by the strict adherence to two key fundamental principles -
- "Job Seekers CVs/Resumes should always be freely accessible to every genuine recruiter"
- "No one should have to pay to advertise a genuine job vacancy on the Internet"
Further, cvmoon states that they have adopted a design and implementation philosophy of "KISS" (Keep It Simple, Stupid) and make reference to the following to demonstrate this:
- Absence of unnecessary links, pictures, and other extraneous information.
- Only core functionality is being offered to ensure that navigation through the site is as simple as possible e.g. Jobseekers can upload their CV/Resume and job requirements and/or search the database for current job vacancies and nothing else. Similarly, potential recruiters can search the CV/Resume database for suitable candidates and/or post their job vacancies for jobseekers to view.