Design Week Creative Survey – moves and changes from the 2015 Creative Review Annual

Following the results of the Creative Review Annual, we’ve updated the Design Week Creative Survey awards ranking table – see who has risen, who has fallen and who has broken in.


Dandelyan work, by Magpie Studio
Dandelyan work, by Magpie Studio

The Design Week Creative Survey has been updated to reflect the results of the 2015 Creative Review Annual, announced this week.

The Creative Survey is based on a points system, with each award scheme given a certain number of points.

The table will be updated throughout the year, each time a contributing awards scheme announces its results.

Magpie Studio and Design Bridge have both moved into the top 10 places following their CR Annual Best in Book wins.

Magpie Studio was recognised for its Dandelyan Bar identity & launch invitation project and now sits in eighth place, while Design Bridge scooped an award for its Tanqueray No. Ten packaging and has moved up to ninth.

Other climbers in the chart include 4Creative – up 22 places to tenth place – and Pentagram – up 19 places to 18th.

There are two new entries in the Creative Survey. Grey London has come in at 34th place. It has picked up points for projects including its Ryman Eco font – Best in Book in the 2015 CR Annual.

Meanwhile Google Creative Labs is in at 41st place, following award wins including an in-book at the CR Annual for the Google Science Fair Idea Springboard.


You can see the Design Week Creative Survey standings in full at:

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