On Creative Bloq we're always on the lookout for talented writers to join our network of contributors. If you're a great writer with a passion for all things creative (or, if you're a graphic designer, illustrator, web designer or 3D artist who wants to share their expertise), then we want to hear from you. Here's what you need to know if you're interested in joining our Creative Bloq contributor network.
What are you looking for?
Creative Bloq is all about making design entertaining, inspiring and accessible to as many people as possible. We're the online face of a number of different design magazines: Computer Arts (opens in new tab), net (opens in new tab), ImagineFX (opens in new tab), Web Designer (opens in new tab) and 3D World (opens in new tab). That means we cover a wide range of different types of design, and we need passionate experts to share their knowledge and expertise.
We want to provide a platform for writers that share our passion to get published. Here are some types of content that we cover:
- Features exploring key issues or trends in the industry
- Tutorials that help designers solve a specific problem
- Tips articles to help creatives expand their skills
- Reviews of the hottest new kit and apps
- News about the freshest projects from agencies, designers and, artists
How do I join this Network?
If you think you have what it takes, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Outline where your interests and knowledge lie, and please include some examples of posts or articles you've written.
It's a great idea to approach us with a few ideas (or just one, well-formed idea!) about what you want to write for us. Take a good look around the site for ideas of articles that might fit, and make sure you're not suggesting something we've already published.
We look forward to hearing from you! And if you know someone else that fits the bill, please share this amongst your friends.
Note that due to the volume of emails we receive we are not able to reply to all pitches. If you haven't heard back from us, then please assume that we're not interested at the moment, though feel free to suggest a different idea in the future.