Announcing the Ning Design Competition: Win $10,000 and a Trip to New York City

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We’re extremely excited to announce the launch of the Ning Design Competition! Following last month’s release of the Ning Design Studio, we’re using this competition to help us jumpstart submissions to our upcoming Theme Marketplace, a feature which will allow external designers to create, submit and ultimately sell a theme on Ning.

To judge the entries, we’ve assembled a fantastic panel of world-class designers, including:

All entries will be eligible for future sale in the Theme Marketplace, with the top three winners receiving a trip to New York City for dinner with the competition judges, a one-year Ning Pro subscription, and the following additional prizes:

1st Place – $10,000
2nd Place – $1,000 + 27″ Apple Cinema Display
3rd Place – $1,000 + 27″ Apple Cinema Display

We’re thrilled to have Typekit as our competition sponsor, offering a comprehensive selection of fonts for our designers to use in their entries.

The competition ends on April 15th, 2011, with winners slated to be announced on May 10th.

Also, if you’re planning to attend the SXSW conference in Austin, TX this year, please join Ning and our friends at TypeKit for breakfast on March 14th, 2011 at Frank’s (on 4th and Colorado). We’ll be there to answer your questions about the design studio and share tips on submitting a theme.

Our Ning Design Competition site has all the information you need to get started. We look forward to seeing your entries!

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9 thoughts on “Announcing the Ning Design Competition: Win $10,000 and a Trip to New York City

  1. technocranks

    when the expired date from this competition ? i hope the winner’s is person which has very perfect design.

  2. The Admired

    Ning Design Competition is a great idea. I hope you come up with other similar competitions with more great prizes 🙂

  3. Donna Macauley

    Wow this is a wonderful announcement! I wish all who enter the best of luck! How exciting!

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