IF you want to become an author and you think you have the metal for it, we are accepting new applications. Just make sure to fulfill the required form and write about your experience as a writer. We value quality work over quantity so keep that in mind.
Here are some of the topics we write about:
CSS – theory, practice, ideas, creative solutions,
useful tools for web-developers, life-savers etc.,
software for designers and web-developers,
Photoshop, Flash, and Illustrator,
WordPress, Textpattern and other weblog-engines (CMS, Wikis etc. also possible),
icons, fonts, themes, templates we can offer our visitors for free.
Web Design Ideas (WDI) Blog is a quality resource for designers and web-developers and with this comes a lot of work. We welcome quality writers to come an help us grow the WDI blog.
Who can become an author?
If you know how to write, you can join us! You should however have some experience in the web design field or what ever topic you will be writing about that relates to the web design industry. You should also have some experience writing, just remember we value quality work!
To apply, send us a message through the contact us form with a brief description and your background. Tell us your skills or why you think you would bring great value to our blog. Include some URLs to your previous work or anything that can let us see examples of what you can do. Suggestions for topics are always welcome.
Whether you only have one awesome article for us or you would like to write on the long-term basis we would love to hear from you.
Each article published on WDI are quality and are completely original content. I mean really, we want you to be interested in what you are writing and if you are, there is no end to the fountains of words and paragraphs of interesting and engaging content. If you are not passionate about the topic, please do not apply.
Each article gets reviewed and each party agrees on the payment before the article gets published. The amount of payment depends on the quality and length of the article, on the amount of work went in to creating it and on the relationship (short-term/long-term) between the writer and WDI.
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