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#1 iracanarts

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Posted 05 December 2018 - 04:28 PM

Hello everyone,

Would you please try not to flooded the contest with designs! I believe we should limit design submitted by designer for one design only, if the client like it might ask for revision of that specific design.

A number of designer keep uploading more one design which is unnecessary. Each one of us should upload one design and wait, better for us not to confuse the contest holder with so many design!

Please let me what you think?
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#2 Yulistina

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Posted 05 December 2018 - 05:13 PM

hi ...
sorry, if it's not wrong, this was stated in the previous discussion ... at that time the discussion was very exciting. then the DC admin mediates by stating that the DC site indeed frees the designer to send some designs, but it can still be reported if the design feels strange ... in terms of quantity and visuals.


peace ...


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#3 HerbertNordal

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Posted 05 December 2018 - 05:13 PM

Too limiting a rule.

 

Every contest needs all the good designs it can get, evean if two come from the same designer.

A careful examination of contest entries will reveal that the really good concepts usually come from the same top designers.

Limits are not in the best interests of DC or the contest holder.

Yes, there are usually large clusters of weak entries, usually from overly enthusiastic new designers.

They have not yet learned to slow down and winnow their own work to the best entries.

 

The CH can actually ban designers from the contest if they so wish.

The best thing to do is leave it in the hands of the CH.


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#4 Blur_Gurudeva

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Posted 15 January 2019 - 10:12 AM

This all makes design contests less attractive to "desainers", 
"DESIGNERS" will know which ones are good for their clients because they have sense for it. 
What you do is like playing the lottery, 2 winning entries for entries totaling 2816 or more. 
Are you sure 2814 entries for free? where is the value of your Art Work? 
Are you a Designer or lottery player? 
A good designer will be busy working on the project from his clients, not playing the lottery with his art work.
Designer don't do it for free... know your worth, don't waste your time, find your way and be a designer who has value.

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