For a successful start to the career – Red Dot: Junior Award is looking for talents in communication design
Respected agencies, successful designers and companies strong on communication from all over the globe are currently entering their projects in the Red Dot Award: Communication Design 2018. Trainees, students and young professionals are also encouraged to demonstrate their design expertise – in the Red Dot: Junior Award, which is part of the international design competition. The talented person to submit the most convincing piece of work will receive the Red Dot: Junior Prize, with prize money of 10,000 Euros.
Choice of 17 categories available
Up-and-coming designers who have graduated within the past two years can submit their design and creative projects in 17 categories that range from Packaging Design, Posters and Online to Film & Animation. The Early Bird rate runs only until 10 April, after which the Regular rate applies until 29 May. Latecomers can register up to and including 15 June 2018. A 20% discount on the registration fees is available to participants who provide documentation of their apprenticeship or degree or a degree certificate.
Boost for those starting out on their career
Even successful designers were once starting out on their career, and they know how difficult it is to gain access to the creative industry. “The Red Dot: Junior Award aims to help young people get a foothold in the industry”, explains Professor Dr. Peter Zec, founder and CEO of the Red Dot Award. “When they have the opportunity to try out their ideas and make them a reality, this results in wonderful achievements”, the design expert says.
The remit of the Red Dot Award is to provide a platform for emerging talents and to give awards to the best of these newcomers. Winning the internationally recognised Red Dot is an opportunity for new creatives to make their breakthrough in the design industry and to convince potential clients of their own expertise.
Good design deserves a Red Dot
The Red Dot Jury is made up of 24 experts who assess, discuss and evaluate all of the works individually. They award the Red Dot for good design achievements and the Red Dot: Best of the Best for works of very high design quality. But only one project receives the Red Dot: Junior Prize. The award includes prize money of 10,000 Euros and is awarded by the jurors to the best piece of work by an up-and-coming designer. The winner will be announced on 26 October 2018 at the award ceremony in the Konzerthaus Berlin in Germany.
Designers who win a prize in the Red Dot: Junior Award receive a 40% discount on the Winner Package: In addition to using the Red Dot seal of quality, benefits for winners include the presentation of their award-winning works, among other places in the International Yearbook Communication Design 2018/2019, in the winners’ Exhibition and online.
Red Dot Award: Communication Design 2018
Early Bird: until 10 April 2018
Regular: 11 April – 29 May 2018
Latecomer: 30 May – 15 June 2018