News

  • 12 Aug 2011
    Montréal (Canada) – The Phyllis Lambert Design Montréal Grant will be awarded for a fourth consecutive year. Created for young design professionals, this grant aims to acknowledge and promote the talent of emerging Montréal designers and foster their professional recognition. The winner receives a $10,000 award to fund a project in one of the cities of the UNESCO Creative Cities Network.
  • 11 Aug 2011
    Melbourne (Australia) - Swinburne University Faculty of Design, in collaboration with SPIRE of the University of Southern Denmark, will host the Participatory Innovation Conference 2012 (PIN-C 2012) 12-14 January 2012 in Melbourne (Australia). Five conference tracks explore sources of innovation and ways to invite outside participation.
  • 10 Aug 2011
    Rome (Italy) - Established in 1954, ADI's Compasso d'Oro Award is one of the oldest and most influential international design awards. Founded by the 'La Rinascente' department store to recognise quality Italian design products, ADI took over management of the awards in 1964. Nearly 300 award winning products, along with almost 2000 Honorable Mentions, are included in the Compasso d'Oro Award archive.
  • 09 Aug 2011
    Hong Kong SAR - The Hong Kong Designers Association (HKDA)s calling for entries for the HKDA Global Design Awards 2011 until 17 October 2011. This is the first international competition/exhibition in Hong Kong for all practising designers from around the world.
  • 09 Aug 2011
    Montreal (Canada) - Icograda is endorsing the 6 International Expert Forum Traffic & Transport Information Systems. Presented 8-9 September 2011, in Vienna (Austria) by the International Institute for Information Design (IIID), this sixth forum addresses How transport providers and mobility enablers can use social media to better communicate with their customers.
  • 02 Aug 2011
    Montréal (Canada) – Icograda is endorsing letter.2, the second type design competition of the Association Typographique Internationale (ATypI), accepting submissions until 15 August 2011. Letter.2 aims to provide a wide-angled snapshot of the state of typeface design around the globe ten years after their first competition in 2001, and to promote typographic excellence and best professional practices.