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Software Description:

Designsmithy is a design contest publishing website. Here you can order a logo, business card, flyer or any other designs, run a contest and then choose the best out of many options.

Software Description:

Primarily developed for designers, it is also appealing to photographers.Coolors is one of the smartest colour scheme generators, for those looking for the perfect scheme.Generate infinite color palettes for your designs and share, export or save them in your profile.

Software Description:

LogoGarden.com is the simplest and most cost-effective way to create a professional brand for businesses on any budget.

Users can create a customized logo and business cards in just minutes, no design experience needed! Or, they can choose to have a logo custom designed for one flat price that includes unlimited revisions.

Features:

Features:

Features:

Summary:

  • Get a lot of designs from different designers

  • 100% money back guarantee

  • You can pay as much as you can

  • Unlimited design entries

Summary:

  • Colour Scheme Generator

  • Colour Scheme Browser

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FAQs:

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Likes:
6.83k
Followers:
2.78k

Publisher:

Founded:
2011
Based in:
Stones Corner
Employees:
2-10
Likes:
14.1k
Followers:
3.62k

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Who uses Designsmithy
  • Freelance
  • Startups
Desktop Platforms:
  • Web App
Regional Restrictions:
No restrictions.

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