Image spark is primarily about great examples of design. We do understand that it's an open community (and of course beauty is in the eye of the beholder), so not everything uploaded is going to be pixel perfect.
Here are a few simple guidelines to keep in mind when using Image Spark —
What to do
Upload things that inspire you, your work, or your projects
Generally the images that get shared in the community involve things like web design, print design, package design, industrial design, photography, illustration, fashion, architecture, textile, typography and more.
Think before you make something public
If there's an image you don't want others to see, mark it "private" when you upload and keep it that way! As soon as something becomes part of the community library, it's possible for others to grab it for their own where you no longer have control of it's settings.
What not to do
We're cool with the occasional nude as long as it has some artistic merit. Yes, this means stills from "Nailin' Palin" are out of the question.
Personal photo library
Image Spark isn't the place to store photos from your latest family reunion. We're sure they're great and all, but there are other products, (like Flickr), intended for this and we'd ask that you use them instead.
Uploads of well designed advertising are cool. Posting images promoting stuff isn't. Images like the latter will be removed and the account will be suspended.
If you see an image that doesn't follow the guidelines you can click on the "Report this Image" link on the image page.
If you find that someone's uploaded an image you created and you don't want it posted, don't panic! It's probably just a misunderstanding and not intended to be malicious. A good first step is to click on the "Report this Image" link on the image page. If it's something urgent you can email the support team.