reserves the right, but not the obligation, to remove, block, not display and not
store any information or materials that we deem to not comply with the Minimum Standards.
may limit, suspend or terminate the Service or remove member content and submissions
to keep members off the site if we think they do not comply with our Minimum Standards.
may block, cancel or reverse payments (including participation payments or place payments)
to designers if we deem their submissions do not comply with the Minimum Standards.
will have no obligation to monitor submissions or contributions made on the Service.
and its customers and other members have the right to monitor these transmissions
and postings and report these activities or take the action as detailed above where
the User Agreement or any other policies are breached.
must be of reasonable quality. DesignCrowd
reserves the right to deem any submission as being of unreasonable quality.
As a guideline, we define reasonable quality as designs that are:
reserves the right to deem the general quality of a submission to be unacceptable
and thus non-compliant with these guidelines.
will reject submissions designed too quickly, with unreasonable quality or where
we think the aim of earning a minimum payment.
- Highly professional
- Meeting the brief
- Suitable for the
purpose and target market
you submit in response to a should be in 300dpi (dots per inch). Images should
be .jpg format.
Vector images should:
- Be Editable and Scalable - all
elements within the file must be vectors. There should be no raster elements.
- Closed shapes - there should be no breaks or gaps in the outlines
of your vector.
- Font as outlines - all fonts should
be converted to outlines.
- No spare shapes - unneccessary
shapes left in the background should be removed.
Submissions with vectors not possessing
these attributes will be rejected.
Vector File Format
submissions must be EPS file. We prefer Adobe Illustrator 8-compatible EPS
files. The EPS file format is critical to your file's acceptance.
Logo designs should use Pantone colours. Images for
the web should use RGB colours.
When submitting designs in response to a brief the composition
of your jpg image, eps vector and source files should match. This is essential
to the acceptance of your submission.