We’ve had an influx of last minute entries so we’re giving you until 4 April until we close the door on Design Week Award applications.
The Design Week Awards give designers the chance to be recognised for achieving design excellence.
Last year, we rethought our format for the awards by introducing new categories, and now we’re building on that to recognise the breadth of the industry.
This year, there are 23 categories sorted into five main groups: Communication; Spaces; Digital; Products and Furniture; and Landmark Awards.
It’s the 27th Design Week Awards
The likes of augmented reality and virtual reality are now awards in their own right and sit within an expanded digital category while our Social Design award – in the Landmark category – recognises the power of design to drive change and do good.
Meanwhile, there are all sorts of opportunities for branding, graphics, product, packaging, retail, exhibition and furniture designers – whatever you do, we’ve got it covered.
The 27th Design Week Awards is open to individual designers, design consultancies and clients worldwide.
Independent judges, exciting venue and host
Our independent judging panel, which changes every year, is made up of some of the most well-respected designers in the UK, who will be selecting outstanding work from the last year.
There will be more than 20 judges and we’ll be announcing them soon, as well as a very special venue for the awards ceremony and a host for the Design Week Awards ceremony, which takes place on 26 June.
Have a think about what your strongest work has been in the last year and get entering. For full details on how to enter, head here.
4 April is the final deadline, so don’t miss out.