40 Sites for Finding Web Design Jobs
In the current economy there are a lot of designers and developers looking for work, whether it is full-time employment, contract work, or freelance opportunities. Fortunately, there are a number of great places to find these types of positions. In this post we’ll look at 40 sites that include specialized job boards that include web/graphic design and web development opportunities.
Best Places to Find Web/Graphic Design Jobs:
A very active job board used by a lot of recognized and respected agencies. Includes freelance and full-time opportunities.
Smashing Magazine’s job board includes positions throughout the world for design and development.
Krop has a very active job board that usually has a number of new jobs each day. The positions are mostly for web design, but there are some development jobs as well.
Coroflot’s job board typically has a number of new listings each day in a variety of design disciplines, including graphic design.
Design Jobs on the Wall
Web Designer Wall’s job board freelance and full-time opportunities for design and development.
FWA’s job board includes a good balance of design and development positions throughout the world.
The job board at design related includes a variety of web and graphic design positions, mostly located in the U.S.
AIGA Design Jobs
The AIGA job board includes various types of design jobs, including a number in web design
FreelanceSwitch lists freelance opportunities of all kinds, but design and development accounts for the majority of listings. Users must pay $7 per month to be able to apply to jobs.
LinkedIn includes a job board with all types of positions. LinkedIn users can join groups, and these groups often include excellent niche job boards in addition to the main LinkedIn job board. If you search for web design or graphic design groups you’ll find some that include a large number of job opportunities and as a group member you’ll be able to respond to the person who posted the job.
Behance has a job board that includes listings in a variety of creative fields. Web design and graphic design are two of the most active categories for listings.
All Dev Jobs
All Dev Jobs includes listings for interaction design, graphic design and web development.
Boxes and Arrows
The Boxes and Arrows job board includes listings for a variety of design and development positions.
Fresh Web Jobs
Fresh Web Jobs is a smaller job board that includes design and development positions.
Your Web Job
Your Web Job includes categories for design, development, UI/UX, Social Media, SEO, and more.
Search Web Jobs includes full-time, part-time, and freelance jobs in categories of design, development, tech, marketing, and management.
Highend Careers includes jobs in design, development, video games, animation, advertising, and more.
Features listings for creative positions in advertising, design, video production, and more.
Best Places to Find Web Development Jobs:
The 37signals job board includes a lot of quality listings in development and programming, and also includes design jobs.
Dice is a huge job board for tech-related positions. There are a lot of web development positions as well as some web design opportunities.
Tech Crunch’s job board CrunchBoard includes jobs in several categories, with a number or development and programming positions available.
ReadWriteWeb currently has almost 200 jobs listed, with most of them being development-related.
Ars Technica has a very active job board for development and IT-related jobs. Most are full-time and located in the U.S.
Ajaxian currently has around 150 jobs posted, mostly development-related.
The Wired job board includes a variety of categories, with a good number of development and programming jobs.
Mashable’s job board is most active in the marketing category, but there are also a good number of development jobs listed.
Just Tech Jobs
Just Tech Jobs includes web development positions, among others.
The Zend job board includes a number of listings for web development positions, particularly in PHP.
The websites listed below all function in similar ways, so there are no individual descriptions for them. They all exist for the purpose of pairing up freelancers with people/companies who are looking to outsource work. In most cases companies can create a job listing and freelancers can bid on the projects.
The 3 sites listed here aggregate the listings from the top design and development job boards.
What Sites Do You Use?
What are your favorite sites for finding design/development work?
Published June 7th, 2010 by Steven Snell