Setting new goals for the new season? Why not applying this year for a design award?
If you are a designer, this can be a great way to get recognition and to take your work to the next level. As a long lasting media partner with the A’ Design Award, today I am sharing the details about this renowned award and all the info to apply.
A’ Design Award is an international design award promoting independent design from all the world. A’Design Award, in fact, is open to all designers of all nationalities, including 100 design categories. The award is open to all types of design, from web to graphics, from interior design to furniture, to less traditional industies.
A’ Design Award | How to apply
Deadline for regular submissions is September 30 and you can easily apply at the link below, by sharing your project details and images, together with an application fee. Results will be announced to public on April 15, 2020 and shared here on IB.
A’ Design Award | Why apply
There are plenty of benefits for the A’Design Award winners. For example, they will receive the A’ Design Award trophy together with the award winners’ kit. The kit includes several ways to give the best exposure to winning projects, including an Yearbook Publication, a Physical Exhibition with the winning projects, together with an extensive pr campaign. This means, a lot of publicity for your design. Second, being one of the most renowned prizes of design, winning the A’Design Award is a good way to gain prestige and to get new contacts with companies and design professionals. Starting from the jury of the Award, which is composed by 70 Members in total, by several design professionals, together with press members and academics.
A’Design Award | from the past Winners
Here a selection of the best winning projects in the Stationery Design category.
Because it’s back to school time, right? 😉
ROUNDED RULER A set of ruler designed for children by Huang Kaiqi and Lv Jiachun
Met Put business card by DUSHUI DESIGN STUDIO
Bindship Binder clip by Ju Yun Chung
Gyro Pencil by Shi Xiaoming, Qiu Liwei and Li Jiawei
Scholar Pen Rollerball pens by Peng Su
In Rows Tray Set by Singular Concept, TUT