AIGA (Re)design Award Winner
I’m utterly delighted to announce that my work has been awarded Winner in the 2013 AIGA (Re)design Awards!
The AIGA (Re)design Awards celebrates design that advocates for strong communities, sustainable environments and thriving economies.
The 2013 international design competition recently honored 34 graphic designers and visual communicators for their commitment to design that not only looks good but strives to improve the lives of people and impacts on our planet. The winning designs include 7 student projects and 27 professional projects, representing 14 states and 3 countries.
The “AIGA (Re)design Awards” competition was held April – June 2013. Eligible projects included print, packaging, advertising, web and multi-media projects completed within the past two years. Design submissions were judged on overall craftsmanship, creativity, and effectiveness in considering environmental, economic, social and cultural impacts—in keeping with The Living Principles for Design.
I extend a huge message of thanks to my team mates Aaron Schasse and Lina Lee, with whom I share this very special award.
The entry can be viewed here on the main Awards website.