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I am a programmer developing a small web app. Are there any good websites from where I can hire a UX designer to design my website? Quick google search gives me this for example:
http://www.freelanced.com/?a=88&k=ux+designers&n=1&t=2

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I'd probably steer away from encouraging people to bid on your project (feels a little too much like crowdsourcing). Kenn's answer is great. –  djlumley Jun 7 '11 at 3:44
    
It depends whether you want somebody who's in the same country / culture to you. I'd go for same culture, if not the same country. –  PhillipW Jun 7 '11 at 9:02
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My favorite of all... Cameron Moll does a great job at http://www.authenticjobs.com.

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odesk.com, guru.com, elance.com , freelancer.com, getafreelancer.com

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Most of those involve public bidding rather then applying for a job. The focus on cost rather then on quality is what keeps the web from moving forward and good work being produced. –  djlumley Jun 8 '11 at 6:32
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Here's where I've had some luck, but nothing is better than a referral network.

If you're bottom feeding: http://www.99designs.com - not recommended.

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I am amazed, no one mentioned dribbble, forrst. I'am UX designer myself and these two apart from behance are great source for viewing the work of some of the great designers.

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