2015 Adobe Design Achievement Awards

09 February 2015
19 June 2015

The Adobe Design Achievement Awards (ADAA) inspire students of higher education to submit their best work. Winners will receive prizes that may include Adobe software, cash, mentorship, and an invitation to attend the 2015 Adobe MAX event held in Los Angeles.

The competition recognises the best student graphic designers, photographers, illustrators, animators, digital filmmakers, developers and computer artists from higher education institutions who have created innovative projects using Adobe software.
 

Categories:

Interactive Experience Media Segment
Web and Application Design
Game Design
Exhibition Design
Digital Publishing
Social Impact Design

Motion and Video Media Segment
Animation
Post Production and Editing
Motion Graphics

Traditional Media Segment
Illustration
Packaging
Photography
Advertising Photography
and Print Communications


Submission Deadlines:

9 February - 17 April 2015
17 April - June 19 2015 at 5:01 p.m. (Pacific time)


Links:

See past projects here.
See more about this years' Judges here.
See more about ico-D Adobe Mentorship here.
Official ADAA website here.


Rules:

For detailed information about ADAA submission guidelines, deadlines, categories, eligibility and more, visit adobeawards.com/us. Students are invited to submit projects through the ADAA website and view winning work from prior years.


For more information, please contact:
Elizabeth Carbonell

Project Manager

ico-D Secretariat




About ico-D Endorsements

Each year, ico-D endorses a select group of international activities that advance our objective to promote the value of design. Endorsed events demonstrate that they enhance the standards of design, ethics and professional practice. For design awards, an ico-D endorsement is recognition that it has been organised to meet international best practice guidelines under ico-D’s policies and best practices – including jury composition, evaluation criteria and intellectual property protection.

For more information see the ico-D Endorsement programme here.



 

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