Good news: the SitePoint team has partnered up with 99designs to offer a free Silver level logo contest (usually worth US$499) to one of our loyal readers, and an exclusive 99designs offer for everyone.
If you’ve been working on your business for a little while — whether it’s an agency, an ecommerce site, software, anything goes — and wish your logo reflected your brand a little bit better, we want to hear from you.
They all worked with top-tier designers on 99designs.
What you’ll get
One reader will receive a voucher for a 99designs logo contest. Here’s what happens next:
- Complete a brief on 99designs to help designers understand your brand
- Designers battle it out to submit the perfect design, while you offer real-time feedback to guide them in the right direction
- Seven days later, you’ll have a competitive selection of logos to choose from. If you can’t pick a winner, let the SitePoint community decide your fate with a poll.
You’ll have a brand-new logo that reflects your brand and communicates your story, completely free of charge.
To help show it off, we’ll feature your company in an exclusive article on SitePoint.
How to Enter and Eligibility
Enter by leaving a comment on this post (make sure to use an email address where we can contact you!) telling us about your company and why we should give you a new logo.
We’ll pick a winner at random by Friday February 17 (Pacific standard time) and contact them via email.
This giveaway is open to US residents only. We know that means many of you can’t enter, and we wish it could be otherwise! Giveaway laws are unfortunately very complicated.
See official rules for contest details
An exclusive 99designs offer
Can’t wait until then to get started? Live outside the US and want to get the best 99designs deal out there?
99designs are offering SitePoint readers their best deal ever: a $99 upgrade to any design contest, to make sure you reach the most elite designers on the platform.
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