WHAT IS YouJudgeIt?

Accept, manage, and jury applications all from one simple dashboard. With YouJudgeIt™, you get the skills and experience of an in­house staff that has managed online application systems for a decade. The low cost and simple functionality make online application management available to any organization ­ regardless of size, budget, or staff resources.

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Fresh. Creative. Simple.

YouJudgeIt is the next evolution in web-based services designed to empower users with the ability to envision, create, host, adjudicate, and administer calls for entry.
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How much does it cost?

We are a token based web application. Simple billing - Pay only for what you use. No long term commitment, sign up fee or uncertain costs.

How do I request a demo?

You do not need to request a demo. You can get started by registering your organization and start creating calls. Sign up today.

What are users saying about YouJudgeIt?

“[We] were very pleased to be led to YouJudgeIt. This was the first time I used something like this for a competitive application, and I would highly recommend it. I got excellent (and prompt) help all along the way and had positive responses from my jury and the artists.”

Clare O’Connor
Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce

“Where regular online forms fall short...YouJudgeIt, an adjudication solution by WESTAF, provides a good solution. YouJudgeIt is a useful and well-designed tool that effectively meets specific needs of visual arts organizations.”

Arts Management & Technology Laboratory
Carnegie Mellon University

“As the time approaches to hold the second annual fine arts/poster competition, I cannot fathom going anywhere else with my "call-for-entry" needs than YouJudgeIt. An utter rookie when I launched the event last year, I found ‘comfort and aid’... to attract artists with a professional but user-friendly and affordable platform. I can't recommend YouJudgeIt highly enough; it was everything I needed to launch a serious but fledgling effort.”

Suzi Szeremy
National Purebred Dog Day