Q: What file types do I have to supply to Brand In A Can for sale?

A: The file is to be supplied as a vector - .ai or .eps.

 Q: What file type do I have to supply for designs to be displayed on the Brand In A Can website?

A: The file is to be supplied as a jpeg. Logo files are maximum 300 x 300 pixels, web optimised and 72 dpi.

Q: Can I supply my logos in a format other than vector?

A: No. All logos will be supplied to the client as vector. Vector files must be originally developed in Illustrator, Corel Draw or Freehand.

Q: Do I include my font files?

A: Yes. Brand In A Can will be supplying the final changes to the art files before forwarding them to the client. We will use these fonts only to complete the design you have created and will not use them for any other purpose.

Q: What method of payment do you use?

A: Payments will be made through Paypal. You must supply us with payment details on your profile page on the Brand In A Can website. It is your responsibility to keep your payment details up to date in your profile.

Q: When do I get paid?

A: We currently pay all designers on a monthly basis.

Q: Do you accept all designs submitted?

A: No. The design is evaluated by our art director for its technique, creativity and saleability. We will try to advise you whether your design has been accepted within 72 hours of receipt of your design. Please contact us if we have not responded in that time frame at info@brandinacan.com.au

Q: How does a design get to appear on the home page?

A: Our art director chooses those that have that WOW factor for the home page along with creativity and saleability. These designs will be updated regularly.

Q: Are there any upfront costs to list my designs on Brand In A Can?

A: No. Brand In A Can will collect all sale proceeds first, and then deduct a rate of 50%. We will forward you the remaining 50% of the profits (profit is the sale price after any payment costs are deducted, such as Paypal fees, taxes, printing or development).