A "published project" is a project that has been reviewed by our team and has been published on our projects page.
We are seeking maker type projects (explore existing projects to get a feel of what that means). As important as experimentation is, a complete project is often more involved than experiments of code running on a development board and taking a screenshot or photo of the setup.
Sometimes projects do not meet our standards from either a technical, inspirational or accessibility perspective. This doesn't happen often, though if it does then we will let you know why we didn't publish your project. With that in mind, store credit is not guaranteed for every submission. If you are unsure, before preparing your project you can get in touch with us.
We check for plagiarism in various ways, do not submit content that has been shared elsewhere which you do not have the rights to do so.
If the project is a remix of another project (your own unique remix of it) and if the original content was licensed in any way (Creative Commons, etc) then ensure attribution and any other requirements have been adhered to.