The April cS Award and the March cS Award Winner Ross | April 4th, 2012

Last summer, we announced that we would issue a monthly cS Award to honor quality work by designers and writers in the crowdSPRING community.

April cS Award

There are now more than 113,000 graphic, web, industrial designers and writers in the crowdSPRING community. You come from nearly every country on the planet and speak over a hundred different languages.

The April cS Award of $1,000 will be given to a designer or writer who is awarded at least one project on crowdSPRING during the month of April and who has the highest average buyer score for all entries they submitted to projects during April. If there’s a tie, the tiebreaker will go to the creative who participated in the most projects during April.

Good luck!

And now…. the March cS Award Winner….

We are thrilled to announce that the March $1,000 cS award will go to Seagull!

Gokul joined crowdSPRING last June. Since then, he’s submitted work to numerous projects and has always been professional when communicating with our team.

We are proud to have Gokul in our community.

Thanks to everyone who participated in March, and congratulations to Seagull on winning the cS Award!


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