Win $500 by sending a photograph and telling us about your work
- Status: Closed
- Prize: $500
- Entries Received: 56
- Winner: bbunny17
Win $500 by sending a photograph and telling us about your work.
Complete this online form, [login to view URL]
Tell us :
1) Your name
2) Country where you work
3) What work do you typically do?
4) How much do you typically get paid? (USD per hour)
5) What work do you want to do?
6) How much do you want to get paid? (USD per hour)
Upload an image of you at work***.
*Once you press submit you will be given a submission ID.
IMPORTANT: write this down and post it on the brief (or email it to us at theworkwewant@[login to view URL]).
**If you cannot access the form please post the details on the Freelancer contest page.
*** Please note – we are NOT looking for examples from your portfolio – we want to get an understanding of who you are and what your working conditions are like**
What happens next?
Your submission will be presented online at [login to view URL], and the public will be asked to vote on which images and answers they find most interesting, moving or compelling. Your submission will also be exhibited at the Web We Want festival, where a forecasted 250,000 visitors to the Southbank Centre (London) will be asked to vote.
See : [login to view URL]
The submission that gets the most votes by the 30th of December 2014 will win $500.
We will publish the winning submission ID on our website on the 7th of January 2015 and inform the winner by email.
We expect to produce an artwork based upon one or more submissions provided via this competition, and feature the winner in this work. This artwork will be presented at the Web We Want festival in May 2015.
Terms and conditions:
In providing a submission you agree to assign all rights, on a royalty free basis, to the information and image provided to the Work We Want for the purposes of this competition and the production and use of any artwork based upon it. Also, in providing this information you agree to indemnify users of your submission from any loss arising as a consequence of your submission having been deemed to break the law.
Top entries from this contest
shiranipicture United States
robertbarlow91 United States