Our aim is to provide designers and web developers around the world with inspiration, useful resources and quality material. This, of course, takes time, and though we love to spend ours writing articles for you, we could also use some extra help. So, if you are interested in becoming an author, you are more than welcome to lend a hand. Simply follow these guidelines:
Who can write for the Awwwards Blog?
Anyone can write for the Awwwards Blog! Of course, you should keep in mind our editorial line. That is, if you want to write about fast cars or fluffy kittens, maybe this is not the blog for you. But if you want to write about websites, design, illustration, useful resources and anything internet-related, you don’t have to be a professional to contribute. You just have to know what you are talking about and be passionate about it.
We are looking for articles on these topics, among others:
HTML / CSS, HTML5, CSS3
Responsive Images, Retina Display, SVG images
Web Design, Mobile Design
Web Apps, Native Apps Tutorials
Graphic design, Typography, Illustration, Photography
Useful tools and resources for designers and web-developers
Usability, UX, UI Design, Interaction Design, Visual Design
Freebies: icons, fonts, themes, templates…
A one-off article is excellent, but a long-term collaboration is even better! Bear in mind that writing and researching a quality article takes time and some commitment is expected from you, so you must be really interested in what you are talking about.
Articles do not have to be long. For example, if you want to share the work of a photographer, you may only need to actually write a brief introduction. We are looking for powerful and solid topics, not a lot of jabber. Be specific, exciting and creative! Obviously, decent writing skills are a must.
What’s in it for me?
You will get masses of exposure by writing for our blog. You will have an author byline linked to your Awwwards profile and your picture and bio will appear on the post. Your articles will be shared on all our social media accounts.
Do you have what it takes?
If you think you fit the description and want to become a part of our team, here is how it works:
Send us an e-mail with a brief description of yourself, your skills and your field of interests.
Include URLs to some articles or examples that show your skills (please don’t send large attachments, just URLs if possible).
For your consideration
- Please be aware that that not all applicants will be accepted.
- Please note that even if you are accepted as an author, not every one of your articles will necessarily be published.
- Your article must be your original work and not published elsewhere.
- Your article may be edited prior to publishing.
We are always glad to meet new people. We welcome your participation so don’t be shy and tell us your ideas.
If you are interested, please use our contact form