The 2006 Winter Semi-Annual Design Contest is Drawing Near, and the American Design Awards is Preparing for a Record Number of Entries.
13 December 2005
San Diego, CA (December 13, 2005)– The American Design Awards (ADA) is putting out a call for entries, inviting graphic and web designers domestic and international, to take part in the upcoming 2006 Winter Semi-Annual Design Contest.
Since its inception in 2000, the American Design Awards has been holding a Monthly Design Contest as well as an Annual Design Contest open to designers worldwide. Due to its popularity, the latter was divided into two manageable yet integrated design events; the Winter Semi-Annual Design Contest (February), and the Summer Semi-Annual Design Contest (August) back in October of 2004 to facilitate the overwhelming number of participants.
The Semi-Annual Design Contests offer fourteen (14) various design categories to compete in, including Logo, Corporate Identity, Web Site, Flash Animation, Print/Magazine, Poster, Brochure, Catalog, Annual Report, Advertising, Mailer/Postcard, Self Promotion, Packaging Art, and CD ROM design.
“Each year entries arrive a couple of months prior to the competition, but this year we have already received a handful of entries, signaling a strong turnout,” said Kevin Javid of American Design Awards. “We feel privileged to receive and review all these wonderful designs from around the world – the difficult task is having to select a handful as winners come September.”
For more information, or to take part in the 2006 Winter Semi-Annual Design Contest visit the American Design Awards web site and click on the Competitions tab.
About American Design Awards:
The American Design Awards was established in 2000 to recognize individual artists, graphic design firms and companies that value the art of visual communication on an ongoing basis, through fair judging criteria and enforcing ethical design guidelines.
American Design Awards
P.O. Box 927748
San Diego, CA 92192 USA
Web Site: http://www.americandesignawards.com