Design Week Creative Survey – moves and changes from the 2015 Designs of the Year

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Following the results of the Design Museum’s Designs of the Year Awards, we’ve updated the Design Week Creative Survey awards ranking table – see who has risen and who has fallen.

Monument Valley, by Ustwo
Monument Valley, by Ustwo

The Design Week Creative Survey has been updated to reflect the results of the 2015 Designs of the Year Awards.

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.

Although several UK consultancies picked up points for nominations in the Designs of the Year, they all still remain outside the Creative Survey rankings.

Double O light, by Paul Cocksedge Studio
Double O light, by Paul Cocksedge Studio

Among those who scored points were Ustwo, for the Monument Valley game, Paul Cocksedge Studio, for the Double O light and Kellenberger White, for its Glasgow International identity.

The only major change to the Creative Survey is that Barber Osgerby drops out, having stayed in the chart so far due to points picked up in the 2012 Designs of the Year. This allows Stand to come into the table in 50th place.


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You can see the Design Week Creative Survey standings in full at: creativesurvey.designweek.co.uk.

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