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...
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...
Who purchases stock art, the customer or designer? When?
... chooses the winning design, they will need to purchase the stock art and provide it to the winning designer so they can...
How and when do I get paid?
... holder will confirm they have received what they expected, and we’ll credit the prize to your account. Once you’ve received...
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 presentations?
... using a private link. You brand the presentation with your own company name and logo. Your clients never know you’re...
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...
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...
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...
Which URL should I use when reporting a design?
... who owns the image and act on your report. URLs from stock imagery sites Links to sites such as iStockphoto, Shutterstock...