What should I upload when entering a contest?
When submitting designs to a contest, you should upload a JPEG, PNG or GIF image smaller than 2000 × 2000 pixels and...
Should I email the contest holder my design once I'm done?
... contest holder won’t have a Design Transfer Agreement that shows they own the rights to your design. It’s best to use...
What file formats should I upload to the handover?
... contest holder editable files. PSD (Photoshop) is a raster-based editable file and is mainly used for web-based designs...
How do I submit a design into a contest?
... page, click the orange "Submit Design". Once you've entered a design to the contest, you will also have the option to...
How do I run a successful design contest?
... view the contest at least once a day. While you review the new designs, you should provide feedback and interact with...
What does the client expect when I win a Logo & Website contest?
Did you win a Logo & Website contest? Congrats! Here's everything you need to know to successfully complete the contest...
What do I do if the contest holder doesn't pay me?
Ah, that’s a trick question! All contests are paid up-front, then 99designs pays the winning designer. After you’re...
How do I prepare my design entries for contests?
When you’re submitting designs to a contest, upload a JPEG or PNG file that’s smaller than 2048 x 8192 pixels, and less...
How do I become certified for Logo & Website contests?
... edit later. If a client asks for additional features (i.e. widgets, a photo slider, etc.) then suggest they move additional...
How do I choose a winning design?
Once your contest is finished, it enters the Select winner stage, which gives you 14 days to pick a winner. We suggest...