And the winner is...
Design the Next DevLearn T-Shirt
We’re back again with the attendee-loved DevLearn T-Shirt Challenge! We’re looking for original, thought-provoking designs from the Guild community to spotlight at DevLearn 2021, and this year’s theme will mirror the overall conference theme: Explore. Engage. Elevate.
The challenge isn’t limited to those with expert artistry; we invite all designers, artists, eLearners, and everyone in between—DevLearn attendees or not—to participate.
Here’s How it Works
First things first: Create your epic T-shirt design!
When thinking about your design, you’ll want to create something that would look good across the full front of a T-shirt (a maximum size of 12” x 12”).
Limit your design to a maximum of three colors, so we can make sure it looks awesome when printed.
Incorporate the “Explore. Engage. Elevate.” theme somehow in your work. It could be hidden or more obvious. Use your imagination!
Also, no surprise, your design needs to be your own original work.
Have a few ideas? No worries—you can submit up to three designs.
Submit your masterpiece by noon PT on August 27.
Once your designs are ready, you can submit by posting them to your personal Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook account, along with these two hashtags so we can find your entry: #Design4DevLearn and #DevLearn (keep in mind: your account/post will need to be set to public so we can see your entry). Don’t use social media? You can also submit by emailing your designs to design@LearningGuild.com.
Note: Designs must be submitted by individuals (not companies or organizations), and you must be 18 or older to participate.
Time to vote!
After all designs are submitted, we at the Guild will pick our top four designs based on their uniqueness, creativity, and ease of print.
The final designs will be chosen not by us, but by the community! We’ll post the four finalists and give everyone a chance to vote on their favorite. The winner will be shared on September 7.
And the winner is…
If you win, your design will be used as the art for one of the DevLearn 2021 conference T-shirts!
You’ll also get the following: