Digital jobs span the gamut of in-house to part-time gigs and freelance/remote projects. Many opportunities are out there for designers and developers if you know where to look.
Among the handful of job boards already online, a newcomer named AngJobs recently popped onto the scene.
The site is rather unique as it features a very simple Gmail-style layout design with a dynamic loading page structure(also like Gmail).
Everything is very clean and easy to use for prospective employers and employees alike. Since it’s still in beta the site does have various small bugs related to the interface(title pages, for example). But functionality is very clean and surprisingly intuitive.
It’s a simple task to sort by permanent/temp positions, or to limit based on location or filters like Python. AngJobs is also unique because the whole platform is free and open source on GitHub.
Whether this site will prove to be a starting point for job hunting has yet to be seen. It’s still a relatively new launch and has been gaining publicity slowly.
Either way it’s truly an interesting project and it’s always great to find new resources for locating digitally-skilled job opportunities from the comfort of your local Internet connection.