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Posted 07 December 2005 - 12:12 AM

I just wanted to let you know that you can get this t-shirt absolutely free of charge and not only by winning one of the community contests, but also just by writing interesting stuff on the forums. We are willing to send a t-shirt to the author of the most insightful post of the month. It will be a little belated Christmas gift, but what a gift! :)

What do we consider an insightful post?
* A comment in the Showoff section or Community Contests that contains constructive critisism or/and praise
* a thread in Daily Illustrations or Cool Flash Websites that has been approved by the administration, that contains the illustration or screenshot of the website you are featuring, the link to the artist/website description ofthe work, your personal opinion about the work/why you think it is worth publishing.
* threads/posts in the Design Chat and the Hangout forums

What don't we consider an insightful post?
* posts of "it rules/it sucks" character
* posts that don't contain any useful information


You see it is quite simple :D
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#2 _Redrum

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Posted 09 December 2005 - 02:57 AM

Good idea! Those types of posts will definitely add to the 'designer resource' aspect of DC. I'm more than willing to contribute.

... It will be a little belated Christmas gift, but what a gift! :)


As the proud owner of a DC t-shirt, I vouch for its coolness :cool:

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Posted 09 December 2005 - 08:04 AM

Good idea! Those types of posts will definitely add to the 'designer resource' aspect of DC. I'm more than willing to contribute.



As the proud owner of a DC t-shirt, I vouch for its coolness :cool:

Thanks, _Redrum! Sorry I didn't give credits for the picture :)

Any other ideas how we can add "designer resource aspect" to DC will be considered as "insightful" too! ;)




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