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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.
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.
Mobile app design for children can be tough. But our designers swung into action to help MangoMonkey on his journey through the jungle.
Robofruit Games’ new app needed illustrations of cats and dogs. And these fluffy little fellows are big on character.
By Christopher .M.
To promote therapy dogs for war veterans on social media, Explore.org picked three winning Facebook page designs from scores of entries.
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.
Farmer’s Crate wanted a product packaging design that they could adapt to other flavors. The winning design coupled flexibility with great looks.
By GRAPHELLS, RAPPER
Shoot&MissMe snagged two hip, cool clothing designs to promote their fall apparel range.
Epic fantasy is a growing fiction market, but this evocative book cover design helped The Call of Agon stand apart from the competition.
This book cover design for the game strategy ebook Plants vs. Zombies captivated gamers with its fun, cartoon-style illustrations.
St Luke's church wanted to use a custom infographic design to communicate its achievements to the church community. And our designers were happy to help.
By A d i t y a ©
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.
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!
Shape Security needed a nasty robot in the genre of Real Steel and Transformers. Our illustrators created the epitome of electronic evil.