a brief text description of what makes your design unique.
2 to 4 screenshots showcasing what you believe are the most memorable sections of your design.
Send your entries via email to CONTEST CLOSED!
Submissions must be received by midnight Eastern time on November 15, 2001.
Fine print: By entering your layout and in consideration for your entry in the contest, you agree that your layout is "work-for-hire" and that full and unrestricted ownership of all artwork, elements, images, materials software, writings, the CCF, and any other property created or supplied pursuant to this contest, including any trademarks or copyrights related thereto, (collectively, the "Material"), shall become and remain the property of Philips and shall be considered specially ordered by Philips as a "work made for hire," or if for any reason held not to be a "work made for hire," you hereby assign to Philips all right, title, and interest in and to the Material. Philips' rights in the Material shall include, but not be limited to, the exclusive right to use and otherwise exploit any or all of the Material in any manner and in any media, whether now known or hereafter devised, throughout the world in perpetuity. Philips' rights in the Material shall also specifically include the right to alter, digitize, distribute, reproduce, and copyright any or all of the Material. You agree not to mortgage, pledge, assign, or otherwise encumber any or all of the Material. All submissions will be made available for download on the Remote Central site and/or used for promotional purposes by Philips.
Do I need to own a Pronto to compete?
Absolutely not! Here's all that you'll require to participate in this competition:
The ProntoProEdit PC software program. This includes a fully functional ProntoPro emulator with which to test your design. Since you can only incorporate learned signals if you currently own a Pronto, users without a remote should instead add a delay or jump (where appropriate) on each button, in order for their configuration to function correctly.
A bitmap editing program. This could be anything from Microsoft Paint to Adobe Photoshop. Many designers also fashion their buttons in a vector-based program first, such as Adobe Illustrator or CorelDRAW.
Your brain! Quite possibly the most important part! Be unique, be creative, be different!
Need help getting ideas?
Visit Remote Central's huge Pronto System CCF file area for an existing library of hundreds of configurations and dozens of unique designs sure to get your creative juices flowing!