Newsweek has launched a contest to find a simple designer to design the front of the new Google News website.
The design competition, run by the news organisation, is to select a single design team to build a single simple website for the new site, and a third to design a companion website.
If the designers win, the design team will receive a £25,000 prize.
The winner will receive the design and commission from Google, while the third design team receives a small stipend.
The new Google website is due to be launched on October 31.
Google is yet to announce the winner of the competition, but the design contest has been widely shared on social media.
The Google News team are hoping the winning team will be able to deliver an “incredible design experience” for the site.
Google’s news website has been a popular platform for the news, with a number of different versions available.