Design Crowdsourcing Site Cracks Down on Copyright Issues

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DesignContest.com, a popular source for graphic design since 2003, takes extra steps to assure customers that they not only get a design they love, but that the design is original, creative, and free of the potential copyright issues commonly found on other crowdsourcing sites.

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DesignContest.com is taking extra strides to make sure the final product that designers deliver to their clients is free of clipart or pre-made images that might interfere with the clients’ ability to copyright their new design.

For many new and existing business owners competing for visibility in today’s fast-paced market, finding dependable, affordable, and talented graphic designers can be a challenge. Small businesses typically do not have in-house graphic designers and must outsource needs such as logo design, t-shirt design, and websites. It’s important to find a designer that understands their client’s aesthetic, can work within important deadlines and budget, and will provide a design that meets their client’s needs.

DesignContest.com connects its clients with thousands of experienced, talented designers using a crowdsourcing platform. The client becomes the contest holder, and the community of nearly 24,000 designers competes for a monetary prize. Instead of the 4 to 6 design options typically provided by a single design firm, the client will have hundreds of different design options to choose from and are given the opportunity to communicate with individual designers and provide feedback every step of the way. All of the contests on DesignContest.com run for one or two weeks, at the end of which a single designer is selected as the winner and original files are released.

At a time when crowdsourcing for graphic design is becoming more and more popular, DesignContest.com is taking extra strides to make sure the final product that designers deliver to their clients is free of clipart or pre-made images that might interfere with the clients’ ability to copyright their new design.

DesignContest.com’s experienced team of administrators and moderators monitor design entries around the clock to ensure that no pre-made graphics are used in a design that may need to be copyrighted. If a design team member is found to be copying another designer’s work or using clipart in their entry, the designer is faced with an automatic and permanent ban from participating in further contests.

Small business owners and other clients use DesignContest for a full range of graphic design services including, but not limited to, logo design, website design, t-shirts, business cards, and more!

For more information or to start a professional graphic design contest, visit http://www.DesignContest.com or call 1-888-906-1888.

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