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Launching a new app? If you want traction, you'll need an icon design that really sets it apart. Rakusu picked this clear, contemporary design from a field of 23 great options.
Bringing the luxury of comfort to the aviation industry, Loran Aviation Wear targets professional pilots. This iconic and professional logo design reflected the brand’s peerless quality and style.
Shape Security needed a nasty robot in the genre of Real Steel and Transformers. Our illustrators created the epitome of electronic evil.
A book cover design for the first novel in a series needs a robust visual theme. This design’s flexible elements can be redeveloped to suit later titles.
By lion king
This eye-catching infographic design for a business coaching blog embodies clarity and simplicity — two essential elements in visual communication.
Drivewise wanted users to share their app on Facebook. At 99designs, they got a mobile app design that users love to Like.
Sharing survey results clearly and effectively was a must for ClassroomWindow. So they commissioned this compelling infographic from 99designs.
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.
Bringing SEO Scotsman to life wasn’t hard for our illustrators, who designed this fun, full-bodied character … along with 65 others.
Verde asked our product packaging designers to unleash their creativity to design packaging for green tea cigarettes. And our community rose to the challenge.
By BATHI*, yanuar rusady
This t-shirt design celebrating boxer Manny Paquiao was a huge hit with Pacman fans.
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.
By Sherwin Soy
Kanga Games wanted to take their On the Dot game to new markets. This fun packaging design helped them get a foothold in Europe and Asia.
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!