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To promote therapy dogs for war veterans on social media, Explore.org picked three winning Facebook page designs from scores of entries.
Lui.et.Moi needed in-store packaging designs that their hipster clientele would love. These smart designs had the requisite chic.
Mobile app design for children can be tough. But our designers swung into action to help MangoMonkey on his journey through the jungle.
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Communicating the concepts of laundry and ninjas in a single icon design was no trouble for our expert designers. This fun icon truly captured the essence of the Wash.io service.
Robofruit Games’ new app needed illustrations of cats and dogs. And these fluffy little fellows are big on character.
Farmer’s Crate wanted a product packaging design that they could adapt to other flavors. The winning design coupled flexibility with great looks.
A tailored infographic design is the ideal way to make facts and figures more digestible, as this tasty infographic shows.
Epic fantasy is a growing fiction market, but this evocative book cover design helped The Call of Agon stand apart from the competition.
“A logo that shows an elephant being sneaky” is a mighty design challenge. Yet this cute-but-slick logo design did the trick for Sneaky Elephant Software.
By MattDyckStudios, BATHI*
E-Cards.com needed a fun illustration for a Day of the Dead greeting card. But they liked the options so much, they took two.
This book cover design for the game strategy ebook Plants vs. Zombies captivated gamers with its fun, cartoon-style illustrations.
Boston Boy apparel is loud and proud! And this iconic, cheeky logo design tells it exactly how it is—with added attitude.
Some 29 icon designers competed to create an icon that told the story for INetwallpaer, a photo security app. The winner was just one of 68 evocative icon designs.
South by Southwest’s organizers commissioned this “unique, original“ t-shirt design to promote their 2010 festivals.