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Adobe launches 2004 Design Achievement Awards

updated 08:55 am EST, Tue January 20, 2004

Adobe Design Awards

Adobe today issued a call for entries for the . "Using software and design tools provided by Adobe, students submit projects in seven categories such as print, photography and digital collaboration." Winners will be selected based on overall impact, design execution and technical capabilities and will receive a trip to San Francisco to attend the awards ceremony, while first place entries will receive $5,000 and their choice of 10 Adobe products.

The fourth annual awards program recognizes and honors "the most talented and promising student designers, illustrators, digital filmmakers and computer artists from leading U.S., Canadian and British design schools. Last year nearly 1,000 college students from the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom submitted entries. "Winning an Adobe Design Achievement Award was an incredible feeling," said Schoonmaker. "The design industry offers a dynamic, exciting field of opportunities for aspiring students and events like this provide an amazing venue for young designers to show our work and encourage us to confidently pursue our education and career goals in the arts."

Students will be able to submit entries from April 1, 2004 to May 17, 2004. The entries will be judged in early June, with the finalists contacted shortly thereafter. The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony on July 29, 2004 at The Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco.

by MacNN Staff



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    f*** Adobe

    f*** Adobe. (First post!)

  1. Reader

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    Great Program

    The first poster was so articulate in his concerns regarding Adobe that I hope others will find my post at least as helpful. I just wanted to say I know some of the students who won in last year's contest and that this is truly a top-notch program! The judges are some of the biggest names in the design industry, the student work is utterly amazing, and I heard the awards event was killer (Chicago last year).

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