Entries are flooding in...The IDI Graduate Design Awards is now open until the end of June. These GDA 2018, an annual competition open to IDI student members and represents the best of student design work from our colleges.
Are you a design student graduating just now?
Don't miss out!! ...If you are a design student please note...or if you working in Education and want to ensure your students are able to enter the IDI Graduate Awards 2018 this June please ensure that your Institute or college membership is up to date!.
Please ensure that you or your students are able to enter the IDI Grad Awards 2018
Following on from the enormous success of the 2017 awards, where we had nearly five hundred entries from over twenty design colleges, we want to build on this for 2018. We are excited to announce that IADT have agreed to host the awards again, showcasing the best of graduate design work in Ireland.
To enter you must graduate in 2018 from a taught degree, post-graduate diploma or masters course. You must be a member of the IDI, either graduate or undergraduate on or completing a full-time course in 2018.
We are delighted to say that CEUD, IADT, Boxclever Arup and Design Partners have all come on board this year as supporters
The categories range from animation and architecture via branding, book design and fashion to digital design, craft, product design, typography and illustration via design research and UX... and much more. We also offer prizes for Medical Devices and Social Product Design. We believe that there is something here for everyone graduating in design just now.
In addition we offer other awards categories including The Arup Award for the built environment, a Universal Design Award, a Sustainable Design Award and a Transdisciplinary Design Award, which involves students from different disciplines collaborating on a project.
Please go to the Awards 2018 Website and be guided through the entire process and see detail for each category.
We'll award prizes based on how entrants describe their project and its qualities in respect of both Universal Design and Sustainable Design!