• Make Connections

    Connect with the people in your working world—from designers, developers, or copywriters you've worked with to organizations on your radar.

  • Build a wish list

    Connect with the people in your working world—from designers, developers, or copywriters you've worked with to organizations on your radar.

  • Recommend Your Friends

    Sometimes you just don’t have the time to help out great organizations. Create and share a custom list of people you recommend—because goodwill is just another service you offer.

  • Share Work

    Connect with the people in your working world—from designers, developers, or copywriters you've worked with to organizations on your radar.

  • Organize Your Contacts

    Your network of go-to talent is one of your most valuable assets. Keep your contacts organized by creating private lists, like "Content Stategists," "Local Animators," or "Expensive Designers".

  • Set Your Availability

    Busy comes and goes. Set your availability to "accepting projects" or "currently busy." We wish this feature were available in real life.

What people are saying about SuperBooked…

“Our clients expect industry-leading work, but finding the best talent at the right time is a chore and a challenge. SuperBooked is our memory. No more stress.”

Radify

Software consultants — Distributed

“SuperBooked is the perfect community of trusted connections I could recommend to my clients and who would pass on interesting projects to me when they're not available. It’s exactly what I never knew I've always wanted.”

Sara Souiedan

Front-end developer — Lebanon

“Honestly can't believe it took this long for someone to build a tool like SuperBooked. It's simple, effective and affordable.”

Chromatic

Digital Agency — Distributed

“A lead that comes from someone you trust is already set up for success. SuperBooked makes that happen seamlessly.”

Naïm Sheriff

Art Director — NYC

“When scaling a team the most difficult thing is knowing who to reach out to. SuperBooked makes this a non-issue.”

Courtney Bradford

Designer — Dallas, TX