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Adobe has recently announced the call for entries for the 2012 Adobe Design Achievement Awards (ADAA). The Awards celebrate innovative students and faculty members from all over the world for their achievements using the dynamic combination of technology and the creative arts.
The competition – which showcases individual and group projects created with industry-leading Adobe creative software – honors the most talented and promising student graphic designers, photographers, illustrators, animators, digital filmmakers, developers and computer artists from the world’s top institutions of higher education.
Both individuals and groups may enter up to three unique projects in the following categories during the entire duration of the contest.
• Interactive Media:
Browser-based Design, Non-Browser based Design, Application Development, Mobile Design, Game Design, Installation Design, Innovation in Interactive Media in Education.
• Video and Motion:
Animation, Live Action, Motion Graphics, Innovation in Video and Motion in Education.
• Traditional Media:
Illustration, Packaging, Photography, Print Communications, Innovation in Traditional Media in Education.
There is no entry fee.
The 2012 Adobe Design Achievement Awards Contest is open to all individuals age 18 years or older who are students, or faculty in an accredited institution of higher education.
ADAA 2012 finalists will receive Adobe software and a trip to Los Angeles, California where they will be honored in an awards ceremony during the Adobe MAX conference, 20-24 October, 2012.
Category winners will also receive a cash award of US $3,000.
June 22, 2012 (161 days left)
Here is a video Edgar Alanis made from photos and video clips of our Design Social a few weeks ago.
On Friday we had our first Design Dept Social and it was an overall success. Here are some pics of the design competition taken by our guest judge, Jefferson Godard…
So the Design Social on Friday was a success with many participants in our QuickFire Design Competition.
The two possible themes were “Point of No Return” or ”It’s Alive”. Students had only 45 minutes to design something based on one of the themes, and the results were pretty impressive. Here are the top 4 entries…