This is a respond to a previously asked question about the A' Design Award and Competition. The full list of frequently asked questions can be accessed here.
#270: My design was rejected as it was identifiable what does it mean?
Our guidelines require that jury vote blindly, i.e. without knowing whose products they vote for. The blind-judging process was incorporated for fair judging. If your design has text or logo or watermark that was added on purpose, this makes it impossible for jury to vote fairly thus your entry is rejected. To fix this issue remove all watermarks, text and logo that make your entry identifiable from your images.
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