We want to thank everybody who designed banners and cast their vote
After the successful poll contest on RhinoJungle in May, we were excited to run another contest. If you are among the few who don’t know yet, RhinoJungle is a free online community for Rhino 3D users and enthusiasts. The results of the poll gave us great inspiration for that new contest, since quite some of the RhinoJungle members didn’t actually like the banner that was on top of RhinoJungle ;-). So a new contest was born: design a new banner!
For 2 weeks, members of the jungle could submit their designs. Six members took the time and effort, and gave it a shot by submitting several designs to us. One of the members even submitted 10 (!) different designs. After this submission period, it was time for everybody out there in the jungle to vote on their favorite banner. We found references to the voting page on Facebook and Twitter, and this resulted in a lot of votes, wow!
there was one winner: Kevin Stead from Scotland
It was great to see that a lot of different banners got votes, but there was also clearly one winner: Kevin Stead from Scotland, member of RhinoJungle since the very beginning (March 2009). His banner got by far the most votes, almost 40%, and is a great representation of RhinoJungle, with all the logos, a screen shot of Rhino and a mysterious jungle on the right hand side. Kevin will receive a copy of Ron K.C. Cheng book “Inside Rhinoceros 4” kindly offered by the author. You can see Kevin’s banner on the top of every RhinoJungle page. The other banners are still visible online on the RhinoJungle contest results page.
Kevin will receive a copy of Ron K.C. Cheng book “Inside Rhinoceros 4”
We want to thank everybody who designed banners and cast their vote. You made this contest another success in the jungle, and inspires us to run contests on a regular basis! So check out the jungle (sign up if you haven’t done so yet) and stay tuned for all the excited things that are happening in the jungle where all the Rhino animals live!
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