Design Week Awards 2013 open for entries

The Design Week Awards 2013 are now open for entries.

A coveted Design Week Award
A coveted Design Week Award

The awards cover the entire range of design sectors, from branding and graphics, to retail, products and interiors. This year we’ve included new categories for poster design and digital installations. You can view the full category list here.

All entries will also be put forward for the coveted Best of Show Award, while the Rising Star Award will aim to identify the design industry stars of the future.

All entries into this year’s Design Week Awards will feature in our online showcase, while shortlisted and winning projects will be printed in the Design Week Awards book.

Winning work showcased in the 2012 Design Week Awards Book

Source: Nomis Creative

Winning work showcased in the 2012 Design Week Awards Book

The Awards night will, like last year, be held at London’s Honourable Artillery Club.

The 2012 Awards night featured dodgems, dancing, and a star-turn from host and Blur star Alex James – and our aim for next year is to throw an even bigger and better party. You can see some pictures from last year’s ceremony here.

The fairground at the 2012 Design Week Awards
The fairground at the 2012 Design Week Awards

So to see your work showcased, be in the running for a coveted Design Week Award and to join the party, enter the Design Week Awards here.

If you enter before the early bird deadline on 17 January, you’ll save money on your entries and secure a place in the first release of the entry showcase.

Visit the Design Week Awards website here.

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