WNW 2.0 Is Here
Today is a big day. What started as a side project to wrangle a few hundred freelancers in New York, has become a resource for more than 10,000 creatives and some of the most innovative companies in the world.
Years of feature requests, conversations with creative leaders and hirers, as well as feedback from our members have culminated in the single biggest update in Working Not Working's five year history. While our mission remains the same, the site will look a lot different when you next sign in.
Below are a few of the changes that were made last night while you were sleeping. But, we've got a lot more in store that we’ll be rolling out in the coming weeks and months. Let us know if you have any questions, feedback or love.
Adam, Justin and the WNW Team
New Design + Layout
You'll see a complete redesign that puts more focus on the work. Profiles now include members’ work history, past clients, and expanded creative projects.
Smarter Search + Discovery
A smarter keyword search enables hirers to find creatives by their past clients, employers, education, and the countries they are eligible to work in.
Working Not Working now works on mobile and tablet for more optimized lunch breaks, Spring Breaks, and bathroom breaks.
A New, Global Membership Board
We’ve drafted over 100 of our most elite WNW members to help us curate and develop the community in new markets all over the world.
Multiple Hiring Teams
Start teams with your colleagues to stay organized throughout the hiring process. Stay up-to-date with outreach, and share notes on prospective hires.
Over 20 New Creative Roles
To better serve more creative industries, we’ve added: App Developer, Architect, Art Buyer, Artist, Back-End Developer, Cinematographer, Content Producer, Creative Director, Event Producer, Executive Producer, Front-End Developer, Furniture Designer, Game Designer, Industrial Designer, Interactive Producer, Lettering Artist, Line Producer, Post Producer, Product Designer, Retoucher, Set Designer, Typographer, Type Designer, Writer, VFX Artist
New Job Flow
Start every candidate search by creating an open role. Then manage your outreach, communications, and job board posts all in one place.
Subscribe to weekly lists of creatives curated by the Working Not Working team, as well as, guest editors with impeccable taste.
New Levels of Membership
From small studios and startups to agencies and global brands, find the right plan for your hiring needs. Give yourself the tools to save thousands over commission-based hiring.