It's designed to help you and your friends find work through each another. When someone searches Domino, they're shown people based on the recommendations they've received from their mutual friends.
On Domino, you recommend people whom you trust to do a great job. They could be friends, or former colleagues. Your recommendation says "If you trust me, then you can trust this person - hire them".
When someone follows you, your relevant recommendations are added to their Domino search results.
We've found that the best projects always came from our friends, so we wanted to create a site that helped our friends find work through their friends, and their friends and so on. Domino is the result.
We automatically display work from your Dribbble, Github, or Squarespace site. You can add your portfolio manually, too, but once you join Domino you don't have to lift a finger.
Want more control on how you appear in search results? Create a profile and you can share your availability, featured work, your rate, endorsements from past clients and more.
Set your profile to "private" and only people in your extended group of friends can see and message you. You'll receive fewer projects, but they'll be from people you know.
It doesn't matter if you're freelancing full time or part time. People can see your status so you only receive projects that are a good fit for you and your schedule.
We actively bar spammy recruiters from using Domino & blacklist companies that our members have consistently bad experiences with.
We're interested in doing great work for companies that value it. We keep tabs on the companies that use Domino to ensure the rates they pay are fair. Lowballers can look elsewhere.
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