Red Dot: Junior Award – The platform for young talents
The Red Dot: Junior Award is one of each year’s highlights within the Red Dot Award: Communication Design. Many submissions by young talents are fascinating and stunning in a way that make our jurors ask: Is this really a junior work?
The Red Dot: Junior Award is a competition that is organised in the framework of the Red Dot Award: Communication Design. It is open to students from universities, other institutions of higher learning and vocational schools, as well as to young designers. Every work participating in the Red Dot: Junior Award has a chance to be awarded with the Red Dot or the Red Dot: Best of the Best. Furthermore, the participant with the most convincing project of the award year receives the “Red Dot: Junior Prize” and 10,000 EUR to launch their career as well as special mentions in the Red Dot exhibitions and press releases.
Last year, the award for up-and-coming designers which was sponsored by software firm Adobe, went to Taiwan: Chien-Hsing Chen and Hsuan-Eng Chen from the National Taiwan University of Science & Technology won the award for their app “BlindNavi”. This new app works by imitating how blind people recognise streets, combining multi-sensory messages with known reference points.
On 29 February 2016, the Red Dot Award: Communication Design starts into a new competition’s year and once again offers students and young designers to demonstrate their talent.
Early Bird: 29 February 2016 to 5 April 2016
Regular: 6 April 2016 to 12 May 2016
Latecomer: 13 Mai 2016 to 10 June 2016
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