More than 100 teams have submitted designs for a $10,000 competition that will determine the best spider web designs for businesses and organizations looking to create a more secure web experience.
Here’s a look at some of the most notable entrants.1.
The Silk Road2.
The Pirate Bay3.
The New York Times5.
The Daily Mail8.
The Washington Post16.
The Wall Street Journal21.
Forbes (submitted)The contest is sponsored by the World Wide Web Consortium and sponsored by Yahoo!
Inc., the world’s largest online retailer.
Winners will receive $10 million.
The contest has been around for years, and has drawn more than 100,000 entries since it started in 2012.
In order to win the $10-million prize, entrants have to create “sophisticated and secure spider web” designs that work in tandem with HTML5 and CSS3 web standards.
For example, the entries for the 2015 contest are “Spider Web Design Contest Winner,” “Spider Design Contest Finalist,” “Designer of the Year” and “Designers of the Month.”
Here’s the entry list:1.
“The Silk Road” is a beautiful and simple design with the headline “The Black Market” and the background of a cityscape.
Its background colors are black and white and it features a large logo with a heart on top.
Its design is also the default theme for the theme of the website.2.
“Pirate Bay” is an intricate design with a simple black background and black and silver icons.
Its main theme is “The Pirate Bay.”
The background color is dark grey.
The icons are large and well designed.
The main element of the design is a black background.
It features a black and dark grey icon and a black icon with a red star and a red arrow.
The design is designed for a black screen and a small number of icons.
It has a small icon and two arrows.
The logo and background color are black.3.
“MyEbay” is another elegant design with an eye-catching design.
Its primary theme is an elephant with a blue background and the elephant icon.
Its icon has two arrows with the text “This icon is part of my design.”
The main elements of the product are an elephant icon with the word “My” and a circle icon with an image of an elephant.
Its icons are two arrows and a text that reads “My eBay”.
Its design has a black logo with an elephant and an elephant image on the top and an icon with text “My My” on the bottom.4.
“New York Times” is the entry that will be the focus of the competition.
Its color palette is a bold orange and is made up of blue and orange.
Its logo is a small circle with an icon that reads, “New NYTimes”.
Its main elements are a large, blue square with a black dot on top and text “NYTimes”.
The main part of the logo is the word, “NY”.
Its icons have a yellow star and the word NY.
The font is small, italic and bold.5.
“Daily Mail” is very simple and easy to read.
Its font is a simple, bold, sans serif sans seriff font.
The word “Mail” is printed in white and its background color in light grey.
Its size is 6 by 9 pixels.
Its text is a block of text.
Its style is very clean and simple.6.
“Apostle” is made of a blue and white square with the words “Aristocrat”.
The icon is a star.
Its layout is a square with three small dots in the center.
Its border is black and the icon has a text, “A”.
The font color is black.7.
“Telegraph” is also very simple.
Its theme is a red square with two small dots.
Its borders are white and the logo has a word “T”.
The size is 12 by 9.
Its height is 6.5 pixels.8.
“News.com.au” is this year’s entry that is made by a team of Australian designers.
Its colors are light gray and light blue.
Its styling is simple and clean.
Its overall design is made out of two simple lines with an arrow pointing up.
Its top and bottom are dark blue and yellow.
Its navigation menu is made from a white background.
Its headline is printed with an orange letter “A” in red.9.
“Business Insider” is designed by the team of the “Digital Design Team” of Business Insider.
Its fonts are a light grey with