17th Jan 2007, by Andrew Barr

10 Yetis Urges UK Graphic Designers to Enter 2007 Adobe Awards

I have just been reading on the Design Talkboard that the 2007 Adobe Design Achievement Awards are opening again.

Blurb from Adobe:

“The Adobe Design Achievement Awards are aimed at talented student graphic designers, photographers, illustrators, animators and digital filmmakers from around the globe, who are enrolled on higher education programs.

For 2007, the competition will accept entries from 30 different countries. This year Adobe have enabled entry for designers from a number of new countries including; Croatia, The Czech Republic, Hungary, India, Mexico, Portugal, Spain and Turkey.

Design students from these new countries will join designers from many other regions, including North America, the United Kingdom, many parts of Europe, Canada, China, Ireland, Japan, Korea, New Zealand, Norway, Singapore and South Africa as participants in the competition. The 2007 design competition has nine project submission categories:

digital illustration
digital photography
interactive and Web design
live action
motion graphics
environmental graphics and packaging
multiple page print design
single page print design

Newly introduced for this years awards, is that Adobe will be accepting submissions online until April 27, 2007. Design students submitted projects must have utilized Adobe design software tools, such as the Adobe Creative Suite, Adobe Production Studio and the Macromedia Studio bundle of tools.

Finalists will receive a trip to the design awards ceremony in San Francisco, on the 2 August 2007, which will provide the students with an opportunity to showcase their designs. The winners will be announced at the awards ceremony, which will be held at the DeYoung Museum in San Francisco. Winning entries will receive a prize of US$5,000.”

End of Blurb… so why not get cracking...

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