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Can I ask for changes on the creation after choosing the winner?
After choosing the winner, check the creation carefully in terms of technical issues. If you find shortcomings or anything that needs correction, ask the designer to make corrections.
The warranty does not cover artistic or aesthetic issues. Before choosing the winning creation, you should check and make sure that all artistic and aesthetic elements of work are fine, because after the end of the competition the designer does not have to make any artistic and aesthetic corrections. We advise you to check submitted works regularly and ask for corrections straight away, before the competition ends.
However, if you really want some artistic corrections you can always ask the designer whether he/she would like to make them or not. In this case - contact us: hello@mintia.com. Remember, the designer might ask for an additional fee for that.

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