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By Cody Sanfilippo
An app’s controls are key to its usability—which is why this game developer asked 99designs’ mobile app design experts for help.
When you have a lot to say, a quality infographic design is critical. This detail-rich design doesn't waste a pixel in saying what it needs to.
Bringing SEO Scotsman to life wasn’t hard for our illustrators, who designed this fun, full-bodied character … along with 65 others.
By Radical Ed
The Reunion Encampment brief asked for a logo design with “a picture of a Kraken, like a giant squid.” And the winning design delivered … with all eight arms!
If your product targets attorneys, you need an icon design that shows your app fits the unique demands of legal work. This professional design does the job for SPM—and does it well.
By PA DESIGNS
REIN Canada needed a 120-page research report redesigned to suit various purposes. This dynamic design was as usable as it was eye-catching.
Green service business Griswold Water Systems needed to illustrate their mascot, Grizz. This powerfully illustrated design captured the prize.
By Jake Clark
A book cover design for “the book the café industry doesn’t want you to read” needed a revolutionary flavor—and got it at 99designs.
When SSE ran this product packaging design contest for the launch of a new product line, they gave the winner first option on future design work, too.
This rockin’ t-shirt design is one that Rockin’ River Festival goers wore for months after the event.
Verde asked our product packaging designers to unleash their creativity to design packaging for green tea cigarettes. And our community rose to the challenge.
Having developed Meltworld’s illustrations at 99designs, the author of this fantasy novel had a stunning book cover designed on the site, too.
Medical software developer BoxView faced stiff competition in an industry where precision is everything. This sharp corporate logo design got them some serious cut-through.
A sharp, eye-catching icon design was needed for Ellis Apps' new heart rate monitor iPhone app. And this winning design almost jumps off the screen.