Awards

Index

The 2014 Design Week Awards winners

Best of Show Winner: Tomorrow Project for The Prince’s Trust, By CHI & Partners This project comprises a brand campaign, retail designs and an initiative to tackle issues around youth unemployment. CHI & Partners was challenged by charity the Prince’s Trust to create a platform that would ‘celebrate and champion’ young people’s achievements. The initiative […]

Nike

Brand Campaigns shortlist 2014

Nissan IDx, by AKQA Nissan IDx is a co-creation project that allows drivers to share their ideas around car design with Nissan and help shape future designs. IDx was launched at the Tokyo Motor Show with a ‘virtual world’ created by AKQA. The project also saw the launch of the High Definition Oculus Rift, and […]

IAG

Print Communications shortlist 2014

Football Hero Stamps for Royal Mail, by True North True North was asked to design
a set of stamps for Royal Mail to
celebrate the 150th anniversary
of the foundation of the Football
Association, and the 140th
anniversary of the Scottish Football Association’s foundation. A team
of 11 all-time great players was
chosen to represent a combined
England, Scotland, Wales and
Northern Ireland team. […]

Sam

Rising Star shortlist 2014

Richard Brownlie-Marshall Richard Brownlie-Marshall is head of creative at healthy-eating chain Tossed, working on projects including store interiors, marketing campaigns and packaging. He has also worked for clients including the Archbishop of Canterbury, Zizzi and Candy Kittens and launched his self-titled design brand in 2011. Robert Dooley After starting a history and politics 
degree at […]

Riya

Furniture Design shortlist 2014

Manu Zeppelin Hanging Chair, by Maffam Freeform The Manu Zeppelin is part of a family of hanging chairs and is made from a basalt fibre. The chair also features quartz glass, while a polyurethane treatment gives it a glow-in-the-dark effect. The chair is 2.3m long and can support up to 500kg in weight. Dea for […]

Overlander

Product Design – Consumer shortlist 2014

The Vamp, by Paul Cocksedge Studio The Vamp is a device that transforms any speaker into a portable, battery-powered Bluetooth speaker. The Vamp is compatible with speakers of any size and they can be used anywhere, indoors or outdoors. Magnetic discs allow it to stick anywhere on the speaker and a rechargeable battery gives more […]

Banking

Product Design – Industrial shortlist 2014

Budweiser Man of the Match Trophy for AB Inbev, by JKR The new Budweiser Man of the Match trophy made its debut in the 2013 Confederations Cup. The design is inspired by Budweiser’s ‘bow-tie’ logo and uses negative space. It is made from solid metal and uses a combination of chrome and a gloss finish. […]

Wheel

TV, Film and Video Graphics shortlist 2014

Excuses for TV Licensing, by Red Bee Media with White Robot Red Bee Media worked with animation studio White Robot on a campaign for TV Licensing, highlighting the creative and surreal real-life excuses given by people who failed to pay their licence fees. In a series of short animated films, birds voice real-life reasons given […]

Roots

Writing for Design shortlist 2014

2013 Lecture Series for AIGA San Francisco, by Reed Words and Mucho Reed Words and Mucho were asked to create promotional materials for a set of three design lectures for AIGA San Francisco in the summer of 2013. The lectures were by Paula Scher and Natasha Jen from Pentagram, Robert Brunner of Ammunition (talking about […]

Jameson

Hospitality & Workplace Interiors shortlist 2014

Shopper Science Lab, for GlaxoSmithKline, by Pope Wainwright Pope Wainwright worked with the GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare Shopper Science Lab team to create a new shopper insight facility. The 10 000m2 lab is filled with groundbreaking technology such as a seamless touchscreen that allows researchers to make 3D visualisations of retail environments and skin and facial […]

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