Awards. The design community as a whole does not suffer from a lack of options when it comes to entering competitions recognizing good design in a multitude of disciplines. Whether you design on a grand scale or focus on the narrowest of fields, on a local and international level, there seems to be a design competition for everyone, everywhere, at any time. So does design awards hold any importance when design has become the norm, or is it merely an excuse to pat each other on the back?
Thanks to everyone who submitted work to this year's Interaction Awards, and all who helped us spread the word over the past several weeks. This year's variety of projects from around the globe will really make our jury's job difficult!
There is only one week left to enter the Interaction Awards! Submit your work today, before the submissions close on Monday, October 1 at 11:59pm. Need some inspiration? Here are four pointers on creating a winning entry from one of last year's winners, Bas Bijpost, Senior Interaction Designer at ICEMOBILE.
We firmly believe that understanding and recognizing the rich and diverse interaction design thinking and process from all corners of the world is fundamental to evolving our shared profession and making good on our IxDA mission: improving the human condition through improvements in interaction design.
Can you believe it's already September? We’re ramping up for the final weeks of open submission for this year’s Interaction Awards, preparing our jury for the difficult task of selecting the winners for 2013, and planning next year's Awards Ceremony in Toronto in January.
We’ve had a great response to our call for entries so far, and there are only 3 weeks left to enter, so submit your work today:
We're coming up on the deadline to submit to this year's Interaction Awards! Submissions close October 1, and this year we aren't able to extend the deadline, so there's just a few weeks left to submit.