Ever seen other creatives getting an award for their work and thought “Mine’s better than that?” Well then, why not do something about it?
It’s great to get recognition for your work, but the fact is that most of the time, that’s not going to happen unless you actually submit it for consideration. And here’s a great opportunity to do so.
Who can enter?
Reaching over 200 countries, the annual A’ Design Awards is quite simply the world’s largest design competition. All entries are evaluated by an expert jury of scholars, professionals and
media members, and winners will be announced on Creative Boom on 15 April 2020.
There are more than 100 categories to enter including packaging design; graphics and visual communication design; computer graphics and 3D model design; movie and animation design; arts, crafts and ready-made design, and more: see the full list here.
In short, you can be sure that whatever your creative discipline, there’s an award you can apply for. And if you win, just think what that could mean in terms of self-promotion and the future of your career!
What does winning mean?
There many benefits to winning an A’ Design Award.
Winners receive a trophy, the annual yearbook, a printed certificate in a metal frame, a free gala-night invitation for two people to the award ceremony, free participation and space allocation in the winners’ exhibition, guaranteed publication through IDNN and DXGN Networks to 100+ magazines, automatic inclusion in the World Design Rankings, translation of your work into 20+ languages, and more.
In fact, the benefits to winners are too numerous to list here: you can check out the full list of benefits here.
How to enter
The entry deadline for early submission is 30 June! So don’t wait around: enter your design today!
You can learn more about the awards here and, just to inspire you further, here are a few of the past winners of the A’ Design Awards.
Trivago Commercial Animation by Paulina Grondal, winner in Movie, Video and Animation Design Category, 2018-2019
Eighteen Art Installation by Ketan Jawdekar, winner in Arts, Crafts and Ready-Made Design Category, 2018-2019
Kaishan Chinese Spirit 18 Neo-Chinese Spirit Package by Jansword Zhu, winner in Packaging Design Category, 2018-2019
Le Morne Lunch Box Crossbody Handbag by Jeff Wan, winner in Fashion and Travel Accessories Design Category, 2018-2019
Fly Boot Key Visual by Mateus Morgan, winner in Computer Graphics and 3D Model Design Category, 2018-2019
Love and Blind Brand Identity by Sparkly Identity Design Team, winner in Graphics and Visual Communication Design Category, 2018-2019
Find Some Time Advertising Campaign by Agência Um, winner in Advertising, Marketing and Communication Design Category, 2018-2019
Science Is O2 Student Workbook by Jaehun Kim and Hannah Park, Winner in Graphics and Visual Communication Design Category, 2018-2019
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