Danish students may still be in great design competition

Danish students may still be in great design competition

You can still join the Adobe Design Achievement Awards, which ends June 22.

The competition is aimed at the best students in the country's higher education, and the competition wants Adobe to pay tribute to creativity and extraordinary lessons in communication and design. Have you used Adobe software on innovative and creative way, you can still join the Adobe Design Achievement Awards (ADAA) for students and teachers at the country's higher education.

Deadline for submissions is June 22, 2012, and competition in 13 categories, including game design and development, and application design and mobile design, and with the new ADAA fan page on Facebook constitute social media a new interactive element in the competition. Adobe also wants to pay tribute to the extraordinary teachers who make a difference in everyday life. Therefore, for the second year in a row is also a special focus on teachers to participate in three categories.

Since the ADAA competition was first held in 2001, has nearly 25,000 students from 73 countries participated, with a record in 2011 of 4,600 projects submitted. It is free to join, and both students and teachers at the country's higher education can participate. The projects in ADAA 2012 will be judged by a panel of international design experts.

Deadline for entering the competition is 22 June 2012. Those who go on to the semi finals will be informed during the summer, and in October invited all finalists for ADAA award ceremony in Los Angeles, California, where the winners will be named and be awarded prizes involving both Adobe software and cash prizes.

"Adobe Design Achievement Awards features projects made from the most innovative students worldwide. We are privileged to be able to provide the tools, the young talents need to design innovative projects and show how digital technology is changing the creative world, "says Kati Rinne, who is Marketing Manager for Education at Adobe. ADAA can be a career springboard Icograda (International Council of Graphic Design Associations) is the fourth consecutive Adobe's partner in the setup of the ADAA and look forward to the competition. "At Icograda we appreciate the strong partnership we have had with Adobe in the last three years. Our goal for this year's competition is to help Adobe to create awareness of competition in the areas where it is not yet known, and to increase participation in our own network, "said Leimei Julia Chiu, president of Icograda.

Previous winners of the ADAA has since started successful careers in design and look of the day back in the competition as the first step on the road. The talented designer Sean Chang from Taiwan won the 2011 ADAA award for best print design and offers the following advice to this year's participants: "Think big and think outside the box. Influence your surroundings positively, and be sure that your design tells a story. "

For more detailed information about ADAA on participation, guidelines, deadlines, categories and more, visit www.adobeawards.com . Students and educators can also upload projects on the website and see the winners from previous years in the ADAA Gallery.

About Adobe Systems

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about Icograda

Icograda (International Council of Graphic Design Associations) is an association of the world's professional designers. Icograda established in 1963 and works to publicize kommunikationsdesigneres important role in society. For more information, visit www.icograda.org .