31. January 2012 08:00
From Noupe.com (which bills itself as The Curious Side of Smashing Magazine) comes
Help Wanted: Websites for Finding Design and Programming Jobs
The post lists 18 sites for finding Web design work, including both traditional job boards and freelance referral sites.
Curiously, however, the post doesn't list Stack Overflow Careers, the job board arm of Joel Spolsky's Stack Overflow tech advice sites. Stack Overflow Careers claims to have the best job listings from great companies. From what I've seen, it's a great site. In fact, I've encountered attractive jobs just "in passing", while looking up answers on the Stack Overflow advice boards or reading Joel's blog.
BTW, while I was looking for Stack Overflow Careers, I happened across this post from the ServerFault blog:
So You Want to Get a Job in Information Technology?
(ServerFault is one of the Stack Overflow sites, of course)
But I digress - what are the 18 sites listed in the Noupe post?
- Freelance Switch (freelance - duh! - jobs for design, development, writing, illustration, Flash)
- Smashing Jobs (full time and freelance positions for design and development)
- Sensational Jobs (design and development jobs)
- WP Hired (full time and freelance, for Wordpress theme design and plugin development)
- Wordpress Jobs (jobs for designers, developers, bloggers, and WP installation/maintenance)
- Authentic Jobs (full time, freelance, and internships, for design and development)
- Coroflot (design jobs - you can upload your design profile)
- Woojobs (Wordpress design, development, and support jobs)
- Krop (fulltime and freelance for designers, directors, and other Web "creatives")
- Behance (designers, directors, and other creatives)
- 37 Signals (design and development jobs - 37 Signals is the developer of BaseCamp and Ruby on Rails, BTW)
- Programmer Meet Designer ("A great website that lets designers and programmers find each other" - cool!)
- Elance (if you're a working freelancer, you probably already know this one)
- oDesk (combines freelance postings with an online time tracking setup - allows employers to track the time the freelancers spend working on projects)
- People Per Hour (design, development, and writing positions - fixed fee as well as by the hour)
- ScriptLance (freelance for developers, writers, designers, and marketers)
- Guru (freelance for design, programming, writing, and marketing)
- GetACoder (for designers and writers as well as coders - er, developers/programmers)
For more information (and links to all the sites), check out the Noupe article.