Who owns what and when?
... submissions. This is true until the contest holder chooses one of the designs as the contest’s winner. Then, and only then, can...
What is identity verification?
... to your webcam, center it in the viewing window and click "Take snapshot" when the document is fully legible. Be sure...
What's the non-disclosure agreement (NDA)?
... a private contest, and the designers who want to see the details of that contest. When you agree to the NDA, you’re...
What are vector and raster images? When should I use them?
.... Vector programs include Adobe Illustrator, CorelDRAW, and Inkscape. You must use a vector program when designing a logo...
Who purchases stock art, the contest holder or me? When?
... licenses to those elements, and avoid possible licensing issues. If you use stock art in a design you’ve submitted to a...
What's a non-disclosure agreement (NDA)?
... details of your design contest confidential. The agreement is between you and anyone who wants to see the details of your...
What is 99designs?
99designs is the world’s leading design contest marketplace, powered by a massive community of designers and business...
What are presentations?
... using a private link. You brand the presentation with your own company name and logo. Your clients never know you’re...
What is the licensed content declaration?
... their designs. If your design is 100% original, click on This work is my own original artwork when submitting your design...
What do RGB and CMYK mean? When should I use them?
..., stationary, illustration, packaging and any other designs used for print. RGB (Red, Green, Blue) color mode is for anything that...