Inploy Freelancing Platform

Student Status



As a country, Egypt has been a victim of many economic crises and social upheavals. After two revolutions, the future of this country and its youth is unknown. Aspiring to help the Egyptian youth, Inploy will help ease the process. Throughout these last four years, the unemployment rate decreased by only one percent from 2014 and 2017. Inploy will tackle this issue by offering new opportunities to those in need. As Egypt’s first online freelance recruitment platform, Inploy will targets two different types of users: firstly, the service providers who are searching for potential employers, or clients, and secondly the actual employers, or clients, who want to reach reliable and professional employees that will meet their needs. As such, Inploy aims to discover and attract new talents, freelancers, and small business owners providing a new online outlet, which will help them get exposure to employers as well as seek new job opportunities. Service providers or freelancers will have the ability to create their own personalized profiles on Inploy, sharing and showcasing their unique talents and different projects as a catalogue of their work, displaying their capabilities and skills in order to attain a new clientele or target market employers. Clients will have two different ways to hire these freelancers: either by first hand picking the actual service provider via browsing through all the different profiles, then sending them an immediate brief, or by posting an announcement for free, asking for a specific service provider to apply for; afterwards, the client chooses which individual is the best fit for their vacancy


Arts Department

First Advisor

Bahia Shehab

Second Advisor

Ghalia ElSrakbi

Third Advisor

Haytham Nawar

Committee Member 1

Ahmed Ellaithy

Committee Member 2

Ahmad Saqfalhait

Committee Member 3

Ayman Ismail



Institutional Review Board (IRB) Approval

Not necessary for this item


This piece of art work is part of the "Interdisciplinarity and Design Third Graduating Class of Graphic Design Students The American University in Cairo – Spring 2018" catalog. Held at the AUC Sharjah Art Gallery on December 21st, 2018, the "ALT w Shidd" exhibition showcased bachelor projects by the third Graduating class of Graphic Design students. This year’s projects were divided into 5 panels according to their tackled themes. The panels included “Digital Design”, “Fashion Design”, “Publication Design”, “Advertising”, and “Retail and Branding”. A team of internal and external jury members were invited to each panel in order to provide ourstudents with critical feedback and evaluate the final outcome of their projects according to conducted research, applied methodologies, and undertaken creative design process. Jury members from within AUC included Ahmed Ellaithy (TTO -Technology Transfer Office) Ahmad Saqfalhait (GRDN), Ayman Ismail (Venture Lab), Brenda Segone (ARTV), Heba Safeyeldine (ARCH), Marwan Fayed (GRDN), May Hasebou (GRDN), Mahamad Khalil (GRDN), and Sherif Samy (GRDN). As for external jurors; they included Amira Aboulmagd (Al-Shorouk Publishing), Majd Elsherif (Matter Branding), Mohab Anis (Innovety), Nigel Fletcher-Jones (AUC Press), Sahar Zoghby (FP7), Samy Elias(Sahara Printing), Sawsan Mourad (El Beit Magazine), and Suzie Graiess (Association for the Protection of the Environment).


This record describes an artistic or creative work which was prepared as part of a course of study at the American University of Cairo. The creators retain all rights to the original artistic or creative works described herein.

Publication Date

Fall 12-21-2018

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