IPad Pro 32 GB Giveaway – Do You Get Paid Less Than Other Web Designers?

IPad Pro 32 GB Giveaway – Do You Get Paid Less Than Other Web Designers?
Published October 29, 2015 - (Updated October 29, 2015)

Line25 have teamed up with Nimbus Hosting to find out the average salary of web designers.

We’ll be producing an Infographic that takes a look to see how salaries differ by location, age and experience, allowing you to see if you’re being paid what you’re worth.

Sounds interesting and want to take part? We’ll also be giving away a brand new 32GB WiFi iPad Pro to one survey entrant (you can pick the colour!).

Here’s everything you need to know:

  • Survey takes around 1 minute to complete
  • Entrants must be from the USA or UK
  • You must be over the age of 16
  • You must currently be working as a Web Designer
  • You must answer all of the questions within the survey

To be in with a chance to win, you will need to complete the survey by Monday 9th of November.

We’ll then be sharing the results about 30 days after the survey has ended.

Click the following link to begin the survey for your chance to get a brand new 32GB WiFi iPad Pro:

Take the 1-Minute Survey

(don’t forget, you only have until November 9th so act quickly if you want a chance to win a 32GB WiFi iPad Pro)

Written by Iggy

Iggy is a designer who loves experimenting with new web design techniques, collating creative website designs, and writing about the latest design trends, inspiration, design freebies, and more. You can follow him on Twitter


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  1. vahid says:

    very good

  2. SM says:

    I don’t remember giving my email or name. (Maybe it auto filled and I spaced?) how do I get contacted or picked to win?

    • Iggy says:

      It is a Google form, so your email is automatically recorded when you fill out the survey so that you may be contacted if you win.

  3. Tamra Hart says:

    I filled out the survey, but I don’t see how you’ll know who on your subscriber list to award the iPad to since the survey didn’t have fields for name and email.

    • Iggy says:

      Hi Tamra,

      I believe since it is a Google form, it uses your Google account – so you need to be previously signed in to fill out the survey. Thus, once you are signed in, your Google account email is used to identify you.

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