Noodle, a site dedicated to helping students find the perfect fit for college (and all sorts of other classes like kindergarten, yoga, summer,...), is offering up to $10,000 to the members of Prova.fm to create an ad campaign. All you need for a chance at up to $10k is a clever photo & a matching caption. You do NOT need to take any photos yourself. Simply find one on the internet, in your photo files, a friends' camera, or any resource that allows you to use their photo. Then add a clever caption & upload it.
Every winning design will be paid $100, & up to 100 winning entries will be chosen. The only requirement, is each photo must have the ability to purchase rights for reuse by Noodle. Noodle will pay for those rights, so you'll pocket the full $100. Get started adding photos & tell your creative friends about this contest. Here's an example of one of their designs. They have several more examples on Noodle's ad design contest page.
Start browsing istockphoto, getty images, & other online photo resources & upload their comp images along with your caption for your chance at as many $100 prizes as you want. Visit Noodle's project page for full details & more examples.
As BP’s response to the situation in the gulf has been careless, there is growing consensus that BP executives don’t care enough to make a difference. Prova.fm has created an opportunity for the general public to respond to BP's mismanagement.
Prova.fm has recently launched an outlet for designers, artists, or anyone with an opinion to create a magazine advertisement which displays BP’s handling of the oil crisis. This is an opportunity for the public to visually express their feelings about BP. Everyone is encouraged to enter, and the most popular design will be awarded a cash prize of $250. Submit a magazine ad displaying your personal feelings about BP's handling of this situation & then get your friends to vote for your design.
Prova, an ad agency based in San Diego, offers small businesses a cost effective approach to quality advertising by creating advertisement design contests that harness the power of crowdsourcing. Prova has decided to use its services as a springboard to inspire responsible citizenship and open expression.
The developers of Prova believe positive change should emerge from harmful situations such as BP’s unfortunate oil spill. Prova has facilitated this contest as a way to help aspiring designers, artists, & the general public voice their opinion visually. Full details can be found at Prova.fm's magazine advertisement design contest.
A favorite client of prova.fm has listed another logo design contest. Hawai`i Green Collar Institute is a new program that's recently been launched & is in need of a crisp new logo. They're offering $225 to the design that best fits their needs. If you'd like to help out Hawai`i & show off your design skill, jump on over to the contest design brief & submit your logo ideas. This client is great at providing feedback & looks forward to a creative new logo.
Congratulations go out to Kendel, our latest designer to join the list of repeat winners. Kendel scored $300 with her latest design for MMMLC's DVD cover. You can see her design, as well as the other entries at the Mary Murphy Mine DVD cover design contest. This is Kendel's second winning design since joining Prova. Her 1st winning design was for a door hanger design contest for a Church in California. We look forward to Kendel's future designs.