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Need a Designer Swiftly?

Posted on 8.14.2013

In-house designers are a luxury not afforded to all. Even companies with full design teams can find themselves without help, because designers are either tied up with big projects or working for different departments.

Online graphic design marketplace 99designs recognized these hurdles and recently launched, which pairs companies with designers who can execute small design tasks.

Typical uses of Swiftly include altering logos, business cards, banner ads, marketing templates and icons; retouching, cropping and resizing photos; and vectorizing images.

99designs describes the process as fast and easy: customers simply upload design files, indicate the modifications required, and pay a flat $15 fee. A member of the Swiftly designer community claims the “task,” completes it, and delivers it to the customer within a few hours. After the customer reviews and approves the task, Swiftly facilitates hand over of the design files to the customer and issues payment to the designer.

The designers working for Swiftly were hand selected based on their design skill and hours of availability to ensure rapid turnaround 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

“Swiftly is part of 99designs' broader plan to change the paradigm for how businesses worldwide get graphic design work done and how designers earn money,” said 99designs President and CEO Patrick Llewellyn. “99designs contests have connected more than 230,000 customers with our extensive community of skilled designers. Now, with Swiftly, we’re introducing an entirely different model for businesses to get smaller design tasks done quickly and effortlessly. Swiftly’s launch underscores our determination to provide a full spectrum of graphic design solutions for customers and more opportunities for designers.”

Here's how to create a design task with Swiftly:

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