Write for Articledome

Yes, you. We are always on the lookout for new writers for our website Articledome. We want to hear from you if you have an idea that will challenge our readers and move our industry forward. But you don’t have to wait until you have an idea that will change web design forever. Just try to give readers a new way to look at something that keeps you up at night.

We want the best version of your article, and we’ll push you to get there. Once your work is accepted, our team will give you a lot of feedback, and you’ll work closely with an editor to make changes.

It’s also worth it. Your work will be read by thousands of your peers, as well as potential employers, clients, or publishers. In the process, you’ll also learn a lot about how to communicate your ideas, how to write, and even about the topic, you thought you knew so well when you started.

What we want to find

You can send a rough draught, a partial draught, a short pitch (one or two paragraphs that sum up your argument and explain why it’s essential to our readers), or an outline. We can give you better feedback on your work if it is more complete. Remember that we only publish original content—nothing that has been published elsewhere (including on your blog).

Don’t send us sales pitches or press releases. We feel sad when we think about them.

Look at our style guide and recent articles for ideas on how to structure and format your piece before you send it in, and make sure it:

Not just a list of tips and tricks, but a clear argument and a thesis.

Says something. Be brave, unique, and real.

Is written for designers, developers, content strategists, information architects, or other people like them.

is backed up by solid evidence, not just opinions. Check the facts and give sources when you need to.

Our style guide is followed.

See “Writing is Thinking” for some wise words about how to write. You should also read “So You Want to Write an Article?” to learn about common mistakes we see in submissions and how to avoid them.

What we put in print

We publish articles that are anywhere from 600 to 2,500 words long, depending on how hard the subject is. About the norm is 1,500 words. A custom illustration is often used to go with an article. Articles can have a casual tone and style, which is great for posts and tutorials that aren’t too complicated, or they can be carefully structured and edited. All of them should be well-thought-out looks at current and cutting-edge web industry topics.

How to enter (and what happens next)

Email us your submission at

[email protected]

Email is handled by the Articledome team so be patient while sending any queries.

We prefer submissions in the form of Google documents so that editors can easily make comments and suggestions right in your draught.

After you hit Send, here’s what happens:

An editor from Articledome will look over your submission and decide if it might work. If so, everyone on the team will look at it and talk about it. Once a week, this takes place.

The editor will take notes on what the team says and get back to you. (We don’t usually accept an article on the first try, but we’ll let you know if we do.)

Once you’ve taken our comments into account, send us your revised draught. The team will talk about it again, and if we want to accept it, we’ll let you know.

If we choose to publish your article, an editor will work with you closely on things like organisation, style, and how you make your points.

We’ll put you on the schedule for publication as soon as the changes are done. We won’t be able to give you an exact date until the article is almost ready to go live.

Guidelines

  • The length of the article should be 800+ words with 2 do-follow links from Articledome.
  • The content should be plagiarism-free and free from grammatical errors.
  • The article should be relevant to the category.

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