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Questions we frequently get

  • How much does Graphic Design contest cost?

    You are in control and can set your own budget for the contest, multiple prizes and other customizations that will make your contest appeal more to the designers. Higher prize promotes quality and attracts more designers, resulting in more variations for your new Graphic Design. Customize your Graphic Design contest and see final price by clicking Start a Contest button - You will not be charged until you decide to make your project live.

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    We offer 100% Money Back Guarantee policy which, unlike other portals, refunds 100% of what you paid. If you don't like any of the design entries we will refund 100% of your payment.

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    Yes, every graphic design made here at DesignContest will have Design Copyrights transferred to the client from the designer, unless opted out by client.

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  • What if I'm not sure exactly what I want?

    You've come to the right place! One of the biggest benefits of DesignContest crowdsourcing platform is the amount of choice and unique Graphic Designs you will receive with your contest. You can then look through to find elements or entire designs that catch your eye and work with the designers towards that perfect Graphic Design.

  • Should I run a contest or just hire a designer?

    Maybe the most difficult part is finding the designer who really understands your needs and design style requirements. This is why it is best to start a contest, find your winner and (as enjoyed by many here) continue working with your designer through One-on-One project individually. We make it easy, simple and fast for anybody to find their designers and get the unique graphic design done in the most efficient way.

  • How many entries can I expect in my Graphic Design contest?

    The number of entries to expect is often determined by your Graphic Design contest budget. Other customizations like for example Multiple Prizes, Guaranteed Contest and Featured Contest will attract more designers and promote creativity. You can see approximate expected number of design based on your budget and all available Graphic Design contest's modification and promotions by clicking Start a Contest (no payment is required).

  • What should I include in Graphic Design contest details?

    The contest Brief details should ultimately tell the designers what you need in your Graphic Design. Things like your company history, what do you want the design to reflect, how and where the design will be used, what designs or styles you like and don't like out there, is very helpful to the designers. When starting the contest our easy brief wizard will take you through all the steps that you need to have the complete Graphic Design brief.

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We need a background slide image to be used with an upcoming sermon series on Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5–7). The series will be called “Kingdom Life,” and our primary metaphor for the series will be Jesus’ teaching on the wise and foolish builders (Matthew 7:24–27). If you are unfamiliar with the text, it reads:


24 “Everyone then who hears these words of mine and does them will be like a wise man who built his house on the rock. 25 And the rain fell, and the floods came, and the winds blew and beat on that house, but it did not fall, because it had been founded on the rock. 26 And everyone who hears these words of mine and does not do them will be like a foolish man who built his house on the sand. 27 And the rain fell, and the floods came, and the winds blew and beat against that house, and it fell, and great was the fall of it.”  (English Standard Version)

 The point of the series (and the message we want the design to communicate) is that Jesus’ teachings in the Sermon on the Mount are the key to wise living. Feel free to implement the image of a house built on rock versus a house built on sand, but this is not a requirement of the design. Any other images from the Sermon on the Mount could be good directions, but also are not necessary. The look of the design does not have to be overtly “religious.” Please look at the examples of what we have used in the past.  

 The image should have the title: "Kingdom Life." 

 We need three versions of the image: (1) 30 inches wide x 20 inches tall to be displayed from a computer projector onto a wall and then later printed on to wood and hung on a wall, (2) square to be used as album artwork for the podcast, and (3) 3.375 inches wide x 8 inches tall for use on the front of our printed bulletin.

 I have attached some examples of work we have used in the past. Please let me know what questions you have!


We're hosting a live webinar titled "Listing Inventory: Conquering Every Agent's Biggest Challenge."

We need a design that's unique to this webinar which we can use to version out online ads, emails, a landing page, social media posts, etc. to promote the webinar.

Attached are examples of three past webinar designs that we liked:
Here's our website so you can look at some of our other branding:

Ideally, we want to start with a new design for this webinar sized the same as the examples, 550x400px, including the top left FREE WEBINAR corner (PSD included).

Design should include:
  • Title: Listing Inventory: Conquering Every Agent's Biggest Challenge
  • Date: Thurs. May 21st
  • Time: 2PM ET | 11AM PT
  • CTA button: Save My Spot (PSD file provided)
  • Free Webinar corner banner (PSD file provided)

For this webinar, we'd like to play up the "conquering" piece - we're tackling a HUGE challenge that real estate agents are struggling with and they NEED to conquer it.

Our primary brand color is #00aeff, and we usually use orange as an accent color. Other colors can be incorporated if desired and if they work well.

Our logo (we call it a SHI) is attached and would ideally be included somewhere in the design, but it doesn't have to be (two out of our three examples don't have it).


Design of a Real Estate sign 18" wide x 24" High.

include text:



(707) 937-0777

Virtual Reality

I am the new owner of a 2005 Manta Mk II 42' sailing catamaran which I have named "Virtual Reality" and I would like to have an amazing graphic for the name on the hulls, and also a solution for the hailing port on the stern of the boat. The hailing port is Sarasota, FL.

I was bitten by the VR bug back in the 1990's and have always loved TRON and built a business around VR technology. Also I am a painter (artist) and the idea for my business came while I was traveling around the world aboard my first boat in 1993. So for the style of the logo I'd like to see a combination of that painterly style in the typeface but blended with some cyberpunk VR type stuff from the 1990s. Most of all it has to look cool. The brush stroke type face was just my initial thought, but i am not locked into that totally. I just need a really great design.

You can see the Yacht at this link and in photos provided, and you can see where the old name (Bristol Dream) will be replaced with the new name. Here is a link but if you Google "bristol dream manta" you will find many images and even videos of the boat online. I am also going to change the color scheme of the boat a bit in the future, repainting the bottom black instead of the foam green. The forest green stripes will stay as well as the forest green sail covers and accents. So the final colors for the boat will be white, black, and Forest green (no light green).

There are exhaust ports by the name where you can see some discoloration from exhaust, (as a bonus) I would prefer something dark around that area to mask that.

Please do your best to make the design safe to be printed on a suitable printer for marine use (I'm thinking vinyl). Would prefer to see the graphics in context on a line drawing (or rendered bitmap) of a hull detail. I am also planning to have a sailing blog at some point, and the graphic would be used in the home page banner of that as well. Thank you and good luck!!


We need a background slide image to be used with an upcoming sermon series on spiritual disciplines of the Christian life. The series will be called “Rhythms,” and topics will include prayer, Bible study, worship, helping others, giving back, and others.   

The point of the series (and the message we want the image to communicate) is that Christianity is a lifestyle with particular spiritual "rhythms." Most people have "rhythms" to their life: they wake up at a certain time, exercise, eat breakfast, brush their teeth, go to work, etc. Maybe they have a favorite television program that they watch on a given time of the week, or a family get-together that happens regularly. In the sermon series, we will be encouraging people to work spiritual disciplines like prayer and Bible study into the "rhythms" of their everyday life. The spiritual disciplines offer a place where the divine and the every day can intersect. Living according to these rhythms is a path to human flourishing.

The image should have the title: "Rhythms." 

We need three versions of the image: (1) 30 inches wide x 20 inches tall to be displayed from a computer projector onto a wall and then later printed on to wood and hung on a wall, (2) square to be used as album artwork for the podcast, and (3) 3.375 inches wide x 8 inches tall for use on the front of our printed bulletin.

I have attached some examples of work we have used in the past. Please let me know what questions you have!


The design will appear on the transom of a yacht, clothing, towels, boat "business" cards handed out to fellow boaters, etc. Lucky icons in the boating world include the North Star (found at the top of the compass rose on a chart), anchors and sea horses. There may be more.

The color of the yacht transom is white, but the accent color on the hull is called blue steel metallic by Sea Ray. Model is the L650 Fly.
Inspiration for the boat name comes from a song by Scott Kirby if you're lucky enough to live on blue water, you're lucky enough by me.
Added along the bottom on the transom only will be the hailing port "Nokesville VA". This will not be on the logo used on clothing, etc. Please suggest font for hailing port to coordinate with the boat name/logo.


Design is for a boat name and will appear on the transom of a yacht, clothing, towels, etc. Immediately below the design on the transom will be the hailing port "Nokesville VA". Hailing port will not appear anywhere else. Please suggest font, color, etc. for hailing port to coordinate with the logo.

Cole is our family's name, trying a little play on words/sounds.
Like the idea of integrating a ships wheel in the design.
Inspiration is from the Jimmy Buffett song "Nautical wheelers who call themselves sailors play fiddle under the stars, petticoats rustling, workin' shoes scufflin' and shuffle on down to the bars..." 
Transom is white, but accent color on hull is blue steel metallic by Sea Ray. Model is L650 Fly.
Yes, we're Parrotheads.
We are also running a logo contest for the boat name Lucky Enough. Please try that one too.


Please create 2 things: 

1. Facebook Page Cover (851x315 px, see image dimensions preview attached)
2. Facebook Profile Avatar (160x160 px, see image dimensions preview attached)

1. Facebook cover image to be used at
It should be a either:
          a collage of logos from 6 games (logos attached);
          a collage of screenshots from 6 games with logos on top of them (google for screenshots, logos attached).

For a collage of logos, please change them to be some monochrome color, to better match each other, and arrange them creatively. Some can be larger, some smaller - the biggest ones should be Magic and Hearthstone,  Might & Magic: Duel of Champions and Yu-gi-oh! medium size, and Pokemon with Cardfight Vanguard - smallest. The logos can be arranged in a collage format (I attached the collage style that I like), or arranged in any other creative way that you come up with. The whole image does not have to be monochrome - you can use colors, but not for logos themselves.

For a collage of screenshots, you will have to Google for the screenshot images, the 6 games are: Magic, Pokemon, Yu-gi-oh!, Cardfight Vanguard, Hearthstone, Might & Magic: Duel of Champions. The 6 images can blend seamlessly or have distinct separations. Best if the images in collage are not of uniform size. I attached the style of collage that I like best - black background, black separations, varied sizes. It would be especially nice if the images could flow seamlessly, as if all one big image. Keep in mind left bottom corner will be covered by the avatar image, so work with that in mind. 

You only need to make one of the options above, not both.

2. Facebook Profile Avatar. Best if it would be an image with 1 symbol on it, distinctly visible when small in comments. Solid color background, don't use white or transparent.  The image can be a part of our logo (our logo attached), or a group of trading cards (but avoid arranging them like casino cards in hand), can be some type of symbol in the center, anything nice that matches well with the Cover image., can be a repeated symbol from the cover, but cannot symbolize one game only, must be universal. 
I like the avatar here:, nice symbol. Could be similar, but have TCG instead of blue part.
But avatar must be game-neutral, and my examples are not.

Please submit an entry as one image with cover, avatar and default Facebook buttons on top of it (the text 'Trading Card Games', subtext 'Website' and 4 buttons in the right bottom corner.) Basically provide a preview of what it will look like after I upload the images to 

If any questions, ask away.