Who’s Doing What on the Web? Survey Says!


Following up on our post about Jeffrey Zeldman‘s “Women and Web Design” article, we have another dispatch from the man. A List Apart is conducting its first annual Web Design Survey:

In all the years people have been creating websites, nobody has actually bothered to collect data on who does the work, under what job titles, using which skills, for what kinds of compensation.

The important thing is that we will finally have some data on the designers, developers, IAs and content specialists whose work shoulders the new information age.

If you’re an English speaker, the survey will take you 10 minutes or less and, as an added incentive (beyond doing your good design deed of the day, of course) you could win a free seat at An Event Apart, a 30GB iPod, or other cool stuff.