Yes. Revision requests work differently for Freelance Jobs (Single Designer projects) and Design Contests (Multiple Designer projects). Here is an explanation of the difference:
Design Contest Revisions
There is no cap to the number of revisions a business can request for design contest projects and designers will almost always complete revisions although they have a right (if their design has not been selected) to not complete revisions. There are two types of revisions:
- Free Revisions: Businesses may send messages of feedback and requests for revisions to designers. Designers are almost always willing to make minor changes (to color, layout, font and the words used) to the designs they are submitting. If designers do not want to submit revisions you may need to guarantee them that you will award them the job (see Guaranteed Revisions below) or need to pay them for the revision work (see Paid Revisions below).
- Paid Revisions: Designers of projects where you do not want to guarantee revisions may request payment for the revision. It is up to the business whether or not they wish to pay for these revisions.
Freelance Job Revisions
When you run a custom Freelance Job you will be given an automatic 2 revision rounds. You may agree with the designer on more (or less) revision rounds before the project commences and designers might list a different number of revisions in the Conditions section of their quote. It is the responsibility of the designer to give unlimited revisions until their submissions fully meet your requirements that you listed in your project brief.