What is a Design Contest?
Design Contests are an affordable way for businesses to engage dozens of professional designers simultaneously to work on a design concept. On average, contests receive 113+ entries from designers all over the world (over 130 countries) so clients always get an amazing result and tons of selection. Whether you need a logo, website, book cover or anything else that needs to look good, we're the smart choice for design.Learn More
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We’re using brand new technology to build these pages. All our new pages use HTML5 & Bootstrap and are designed to be responsive – magically re-arranging themselves for different screen sizes, like phones and tablets. You can try this out by visiting one of our new pages & resizing your browser window and seeing things move around!
As with all our new pages, we’re focusing on Simplicity and Ease of Use. We’re discovering that Simplicity is much harder than it looks and involves making hard choices. Making things look simpler only takes you so far – you have to actually make the simpler to reap the benefits. This often involves re-thinking or even removing features and really focusing on what’s most important.Continue Reading
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With the Tour de France winding toward the finish line, everybody is gunning for that yellow jersey. But it’s clear to all the spectators that some teams ride in style while others are forced to wear an unpleasant blur of dizzying colour. Creating a website or a logo design is a tough job, but jamming together a dozen different logos onto one jersey while trying to maintain balance and the team’s own brand takes that challenge to a whole new level.
As an avid biker myself I thought I’d lend my thoughts on which designers did the best job working within the contraints imposed by their sponsors. My ratings reflect the look of the jersey and the degree of difficulty:Continue Reading