This sponsored post is brought to you by A’ Design Award and Competition. Surfacing the best new designs, design concepts and design-oriented products worldwide, the A’ Design Awards is a rigorously judged annual competition that unfolds before a global audience. It is open to all design disciplines and levels of experience, competing under 80 categories. Above, 2012 competition winner Calendar 2013 “Rocking Chair” by Katsumi Tamura.
DeePe by Zoltan Madosfalvi
The extensive range of categories means each entry finds a targeted, highly relevant spot. Categories include Architecture, Building and Structure; Furniture, Decorative Items and Homeware; Digital and Electronic Devices; Car and Land Based Motor Vehicles; Information Processing Tools; Sports, Entertainment and Recreation Equipment; Baby, Kids’ and Children’s Products; Manufacturing and Processing Machinery; Interior Space and Exhibition; Musical Instruments; Lighting Products and Projects; and 69 other areas, detailed in A’ Awards Categories.
Printed Bulbs by Eric Brockmeyer
Building global awareness for each winner is the main goal of the A’ Awards, achieved through a significant publicity push. In addition to the trophy, the awards night gala networking opportunity, the annual yearbook, and lifelong licensing of the A’ Awards Winner logo, there are numerous listings and services, including guaranteed publication in over 100 design-related magazines, press release preparation and distribution, sales network listings, and benefits specific to individuals, companies, educational institutions, organizations and countries. Read all about it: Multitudinous Uses & Benefits for A’ Award Winners.
Curve by Kris Lin
For more information: What is A’ Awards?
To enter for 2013: A’ Awards Registration.
The deadline for submission is February 28, 2013. Winners will receive advance notice on March 7, and the results will be officially announced on April 15, with the launch of the award winners’ exhibition (and coverage of the winners here on MOCO LOCO).
EARLY BIRD BONUS: Registering early entitles you to an entirely free Preliminary Check, where a random juror pre-judges and provides constructive feedback that can be used to improve your presentation.