Session II of ADAA 2012 closes and pre-selection begins
San Jose (United States) - Students and faculty made over 1200 submissions by the close of Session II of the 2012 Adobe Design Achievement Awards. The Pre-Selection panel is now working around the clock and across continents, to select Session II Semi-Finalists. Selection results will be announced at the end of May, while Semi-Finalists from Session I have already been announced.
All Semi-Finalist work will be judged on-site in San Jose, by the esteemed panel of Category judges.
Final Chance to Submit
Students and faculty have one last chance to submit a project during Session III – open until 22 June. Prizes include a trip to Los Angeles, Adobe software, USD $3000 cash and a one year mentorship with an industry leader. There are 13 student categories and 3 additional categories that recognise faculty innovation. See the contest rules and regulations on the ADAA website.
Student Challenger Program
The Adobe Design Achievement Awards are currently recruiting individuals to promote participation in the ADAA competition. Become an ADAA student Challenger at your home institution: encourage your peers to join the competition and find international recognition. As a Challenger you can earn prizes such as Adobe gift items and Adobe software.
If you are interested and want to learn more about how to become an ADAA Challenger, contact Jovana Milovic at for more information. The search closes on 11 May and there is only one spot per institution.
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