The Job Board Has Been Re-Launched, with Free Job Listings!

The job board has undergone some significant changes and been re-launched. If you’re not familiar with our job board, it provides designers and developers with a place to find work (freelance and employment opportunities), and helps companies to find skilled workers. To celebrate the improvements and the re-launch, job postings will be free through the end of January with the use of the promo code “free”. After January the price will be $50 for a 30 day listing, or $65 for a 60 day listing.

Web Design Job Board

If you’re interested in posting a job listing for free, please visit the submission page. If your company has a need to hire designers or developers on a regular basis, please contact us as we can arrange significantly discounted pricing for repeat users.

Improvements to the Job Board:

The old job board was using a WordPress plugin that is no longer supported or updated, so we made changes that helped to improve the look and the usability, as well as to be able to offer promo codes. The new job board is also providing greater exposure to listings, which will help those who are looking to hire as well as those who are looking for work.

Here are some of the specific improvements:

More Jobs are Being Shown Across

Now on, all pages and posts outside of the job board are displaying links to 15 recent job listings. These links are shown at the top of the left sidebar giving them maximum visibility. Additionally, the number of visitors and pageviews on the site have increased significantly in recent months, giving more exposure to job listings.

Job Listings on

Recent Job Listings Are Now Being Syndicated on Vandelay Design and Folio Focus

The Vandelay Design blog now includes links to the 15 most recent job listings in the right sidebar to provide even more exposure. Our gallery of portfolios, Folio Focus, is also displaying the 15 most recent listings in the right sidebar.

Job Listings on the Vandelay Design Blog

Better Organization and Categorization

Job categories include design, development, marketing & SEO, and other jobs. Each listing is also designated as full-time, part-time, or freelance, and visitors can easily browse jobs in any category or of any type.

Who Can Post a Job Listing?

The job board is ideal for:

  • Agencies who are looking for employees or freelancers
  • Companies looking to hire in-house workers
  • Anyone who is looking to hire a freelancer

If you’d like to find a design, developer, or marketer, please visit the job board submission page and enter the promo code “free” to get a free 30 or 60 day listing.

If you are a designer or developer, you can subscribe to the job board’s RSS feed to stay up-to-date with opportunities that are available.

Stephen Snell is the owner and editor of Vandelay Design, a popular design blog.

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  1. Dany
    January 3, 2010

    Having hard time searching site content.

  2. January 4, 2010

    Hi Dany,
    I’m assuming you’re referring to a job board search, is that correct? The WordPress search function for the job board was causing problems with the functions.php file, which didn’t happen on the test server. I’m looking in to getting that fixed or going with a Google custom search. For now the best way to narrow down the results is to use the categories or job types.

  3. January 4, 2010

    This is fantastic, love it will there be a section for design contacts as well?

  4. December 7, 2010

    I’ve got an account here.
    I just like the atmosphere on this site. .
    I just got a message from my wife via one of my emails.

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