Tuesday 26 June 2018 The Pavilion at the Tower of London
The shortlist for this year's Design Week Awards will be announced in May. Winners will be announced at our awards ceremony on 26 June 2018. Celebrate design excellence with us by booking your table at the Awards ceremony now!
This category covers brand campaigns. This is defined as promotional activity undertaken on behalf of a brand, in the form of a brand programme or a campaign. WINNER: AKQA, #DingDong for AirBnB HIGHLY COMMENDED: Underexposed, Sleeping Patterns for Simba Sleep Ltd
Underexposed, Sleeping Patterns for Simba Sleep Ltd
AKQA, #DingDong for AirBnB
Jones Knowles Ritchie, Budweiser America for Budweiser
The Partners, Visual Identity conducted by Sir Simon Rattle for London Symphony Orchestra
This category covers full-blown identity systems. The judges will be looking for a strong idea, great visual qualities and consistency of application across a variety of media. ENTER NOW
This category covers print design projects such as annual reports, promotional brochures, direct mail, calendars, design manuals, stamps, ticketing and other miscellaneous items. This category does not include Poster Design.
Permanent and temporary. This category covers retail interiors and associated branding for chain stores, department stores, shopping centres, one-off shops or concessions, including pop-up shops, on the high street or within transport terminals and other environments.
This category looks at print or digital signage and other environmental graphics for towns and cities, commercial or cultural buildings or developments, and public services such as schools and healthcare facilities.
This category covers website design across the board including interface and overall user experience. Judges will be looking for how the website has been designed to work hard for its audience and deliver valuable experiences.
Design for good. Bringing about societal change through design. Positively impacting people’s lives. This might mean introducing or changing a service. The output could be anything from an app to an entire system. It could be a product, a graphic expression or printed material. It could be bringing about change in any sector such as environmental, health or education.
The aim of this Award is to discover the design industry stars of the future. It is open to those who have been in the design industry for up to three years, regardless of age. Entrants can be in a consultancy, in-house or freelance, but must be working as a professional designer. Entrants can be working in any design discipline.
The Hall of Fame aims to recognise individuals within design who have made a significant contribution to the industry; have provided inspiration and incisive thinking; or who have simply created consistently brilliant work. It aims to acknowledge people who are still making a key contribution to design today.