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Remote Webflow Design Fellow


Pediatric Potential Inc is a non-profit organization committed to strengthening the well-being of children and families around the world through research, teaching and outreach to improve pediatric healthcare experiences.

Our services foster new resources and sustainable support systems for our partner hospitals, clinics, and NGOs globally, enabling them to enhance protective frameworks and strengthen healthcare experiences for the hospitalized children and families in their care.



Pediatric Potential is currently seeking a Webflow Design Fellow, who is keen to use their background to develop help us maintain and update our new website.

This fellowship will provide the opportunity to work closely with our international team to contribute to an innovative online brand awareness plan. The Webflow Design Fellow will support our Executive team and will be given the opportunity to utilize their studies and/or past work experience in a practical manner.  We are looking for a Webflow Design Fellow to create intuitive, attractive user interfaces to engage prospective partners. Your duties will include designing layouts while balancing the usability, visual appeal, and technical feasibility of the designs.

Those with previous non-profit work experience and interest in our mission are encouraged to apply.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Maintain and update website design layouts for mobile, tablet, and desktop devices
  • Design graphics, icons, and logos
  • Maintain, update and implement visual elements of our company website
  • Research and evaluate new design trends
  • Establish and maintain design standards and best practices
  • Strategizing new ideas and opportunities for success
  • Attending a monthly team meeting



  • Proficiency with Webflow (HTML, CSS, and JavaScript)
  • Bachelor’s degree in design or a related field
  • A strong eye for visual design and composition
  • Effective time management skills and the ability to meet deadlines
  • Understanding of website design, brand identity, and multimedia design
  • Experience with computer-aided design
  • Understands the mission of our organization, including the brand, target audience, and goals
  • Professionalism and ability to collaboratively to achieve organizational goals
  • Organized, with an ability to meet agreed deadlines
  • Self-starter; creative problem-solver
  • Ability to work remotely and connect via web conferencing, file sharing and messaging platforms

Suggested skills, not required:

  • Work experience as a Webflow designer
  • Background in marketing, communication, and/or non-profit business development



  • 5-10 hours/month for a minimum of 9 months with an option to extend, depending on organizational needs and the interest/availability of the candidate.
  • Flexible start/end date(s), depending on the college/university requirements of the applicant.



Remote with flexible hours.



This is an unpaid Fellowship. However, the Fellowship can be utilized for school credit (if applicable) by the college/university of the applicant.

This post offers an excellent opportunity to work on substantive projects with a global non-profit organization to include in your work portfolio and can result in a valuable reference for future endeavors.