CSS Framework Design Contest: Final Results
20 people voted for the css design contest runoff. Of those, 3 people voted after the Tuesday midnight deadline. Here's the final winners of this contest:
- 1st place: puzzlewithstyle by Mattias Fjellström
- 2nd place: andreas01 by me (the question is: should I win or Andreas Viklund - the original designer?)
- 3rd place: simplicity by Herryanto Siatono
The 3rd place winner was a close call: deliciouslyblue tied with simplicity, but 2 votes came in after the deadline. Congratulations to all the winners - and thanks for helping out with this contest.
Since I'm traveling in San Francisco this week and next, it'll probably take me a couple weeks to send out the prizes (iPods) to the winners.
Now for hard part: integrating the entries into AppFuse for 1.9.2. I hope to make all the winners AppFuse-compatible and ship them (or make them downloadable) as part of the release.
Sorry, next time you should reconsider your concept of a contest. 2 days work for a contest which was none...
A mail to the contestants about the status of the contest (when does it end, when starts beginning of runoff etc.) whould have been nice, too.
Posted by Marc on May 12, 2006 at 12:24 AM MDT #
Posted by Matt Raible on May 12, 2006 at 02:16 AM MDT #
Firefox works fine. IE6 has problems rendering the Nav bar.
Have a look at:
Posted by zarama on May 12, 2006 at 08:35 AM MDT #
Posted by Lance Lavandowska on May 12, 2006 at 09:06 AM MDT #
Lance - thanks for the suggestion. I'll probably give the prize to Andreas since I've benefitted so much from all of his open source designs.
Posted by Matt Raible on May 12, 2006 at 10:27 AM MDT #
When someone enters one of my open source website templates into a contest, it is their own entry - not mine. As soon as a template is downloaded from my website, it is no longer my own and I can not (and do not want to) claim any rights or credits no matter how it is used.
I didn't enter the contest myself so I can't comment it's organization. But the contest result was determined by a public voting, and if Matt's entry was voted to be the second best then that's great for him! It makes me a bit proud as well, but I would never claim to be a winner myself. The whole idea with the contest was to style the CSS Framework - and that work was made by Matt, not by me...
So in my opinion, the 2nd prize belongs to Matt. After all, he is still giving away prizes worth $900 in a contest with only a few entries. If Matt would then decide to forward the prize to me as sign of appreciation for my open source design work, that would be his decision. It would be an amazing encouragement. But honestly, I'm not sure that I deserve it... ;)
Posted by Andreas Viklund on May 12, 2006 at 01:09 PM MDT #
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