Open Call: Full Build of Resources Section of Design denmark's Website

Deadline 26.01.2024

Design denmark is looking for a visually strong web developer to build our new resource section which will work as a part of our existing website 

The task: 

The resource section will host surveys, best practice guides, white papers, and, most significantly, a survey tool for design buyers (which has been prototyped in Figma already) to help them identify pain points and possibilities in their design project by generating a report based on their answers.

You will develop the framework for these resources in the form of: 

  • A main page where we can present our various resource tools – potentially as a form of portfolio site
  • A survey tool sub-site consisting of
    • The survey tool
    • Presentation of various articles related to the design tool
    • An auto-generated report with knowledge and advice based on the choices made in the design survey.  


Our ideal designer for the task: 

  • Comes with an all-around code and frontend know-how. 
  • Creative and with strong eye for composition, visual design, and aesthetic 
  • Can sew the new section together with our existing site (WordPress, Elementor)
  • Has a strong focus on the customer journey
  • Potentially has experience of working with online forms and surveys


Timeframe: February-March 

Fee: 70.000 DKK excl. VAT



Please send us a couple of lines of text with your portfolio highlighting UX and Frontend that showcases your graphics capabilities and eye for the customer journey at

For further info contact Henrik Lübker on tel. +45 2115 4988 or email:

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