Design DISH Network Installation Vans: 5 awards totaling $12,500

November 18, 2009

Designers – interested in redesigning a fleet of installation vans for one of the largest providers of satellite television in the United States?

Your designs would literally cover thousands of vans all across America!

5 winners will be awarded $2,500 each for a total of $12,500.

***Please read the brief here***


28 Responses to “Design DISH Network Installation Vans: 5 awards totaling $12,500”

  1. S.Mohsin Says:

    am on it…

  2. Andrez Oke Says:

    and by what means you can pay, whether passing 99designs?

  3. Arjun Says:

    Wow quite interesting…., may i know the deadline for it.

  4. Dean Galbraith Says:

    I would like to tackle this task, would like to more about the job in hand.



  5. Debashis Nayak Says:

    You know what, I was really waiting for such an opportunity to do another vehicle design after my very successful Limo Wrapping design (

    Got to be there soon.

  6. Ariya Says:

    Just checked out the contest. Will be a good challenge.

  7. Kaz Says:

    Can we get the font for PC please.

  8. Paul Smith Says:

    When does this contest expire?

  9. Fildzah Says:

    I Wanna to get $12000… that is for me …^_^

  10. Grapherz Says:

    Best of luck for all with me….!

  11. Debashis Nayak Says:

    As the contest is getting nearer towards the end, I find the conjunction between the requirement and the ratings getting blur. Meaning, why for a designer would work to deliver the best, if the novice designs get the highest ratings? Also, how the most of the designers with highest rated designs are new to 99Designs?

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  13. Lusdi Says:

    i cant opened the brief…can anyone help me?

  14. Filip Says:

    I can not see It too.

  15. Jason Aiken Says:

    The project has ended and is currently locked per the request of DISH Network. The winners will be announced soon.


  16. Ah, This is spot on! Clarifies
    a few misnomers I’ve heard

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