D&AD announces winners of its student awards

The winners of the British Design & Art Direction Student Awards 2001 have been announced.

The winners of the British Design & Art Direction Student Awards 2001 have been announced.

Mixed media award winner Quenton Miller of Australia’s RMIT University was named student of the year.

The corporate identity category was won by Stewart Spence from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, while the editorial design award was won by Keith Beaumont of Sheffield College.

Other category winners include: David Fletcher of Napier University for environmental design, François Driessen of the University of Pretoria for exhibition design, Jane Hilder of the University of Salford for graphic design and Dominic Trevett of the Surrey Institute of Art & Design University College for illustration.

Also awarded were: Ian James White of Loughborough University for applied graphic design, Robert Steer of Norwich School of Art & Design for direct mail and James Oneill of Bath Spa University College for E-toy design.

There was no winner in ambient media, but Michael Watkins of the University of Central England and Pretoria’s Mark Robert Henning were commended. Multimedia second prizes go to Barnaby Steel and Perry Mason of the University of Portsmouth and Paul Downs and Jon Bradley of Sheffield College.

Product development was won by Julia Lohmann of SIAD. There was no winner in product design, but Napier University’s Mariel Brown received second prize.

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