Now in partnership with the International Council of Graphic Design Associations (Icograda), the awards ceremony will be held
during the Icograda World Design Congress in Beijing, China in October 2009. The Congress will bring together 2,500 delegates from around the globe at the China National Convention Center, located in the heart of the Beijing Olympic Green.
As demand increases for talented designers and developers in the interactive design and development fields, the Adobe Design Achievement Awards spotlight the talented work of students in three media categories: Interactive Media, Motion Media, and Traditional Media.
Interactive Media categories include Browser-Based Design, Non-Browser Based Design, Application Development, Installation Design and Mobile Design.
Motion Media categories include Animation, Live Action and Motion Graphics.
Traditional Media categories include Illustration, Packaging, Photography, and Print Communications.
Open to students in 40 countries, the contest also draws attention to interactive design and development programs at some of the best accredited higher education institutions. Students are invited to submit projects through the Adobe Design Achievement Awards website. From the Web site, visitors will also be able to access ADAA Live!, an interactive website that lets visitors see participants submitting projects in real-time.
The 2009 Adobe Design Achievement Awards entries will be reviewed and scored by an independent panel of distinguished judges.
Submissions will be accepted online through June 5, 2009. The online submissions will be judged digitally in June. For the final phase of
judging, semifinalists will be asked to submit their source files and a physical aspect of their entry as it is meant to be viewed. Finalists will
be invited to Beijing, China and the Icograda World Design Congress and awarded software and cash prizes.
For more information about the 2009 Adobe Design Achievement Awards, visit www.ADAAentry.com