NEW YORK—October 30, 2013. The AIGA (Re)design Awards celebrate 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, on display at aigaredesignawards.com, include 7 student projects and 27 professional projects, representing 14 states and 3 countries.
The AIGA (Re)design Awards competition was held between April and June 2013. Eligible projects included print, packaging, advertising, web and multimedia 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.
2013 AIGA (Re)design Awards winners:
Students:Suicide Prevention Campaign, CCSU Central DesignBikes Across Borders, Sarah SurretteSKINS Shoes, Jiani Lu ShareHer Story Campaign, Sarah FaulknerSTEM to STEAM promotion, Nayrb WasylyciaThe Local’s Market, Garnet Fisher, Austin Simmons and Zoë SymonThe Sustainable Design Office, Rick Gavos
Professionals:The Small Gestures Campaign, Aaron Schasse and Jennie McGuirkYouth Farm Rebrand, EPIC: Engaging Philanthropy, Inspiring CreativesChildren’s National Medical Center Donor Annual Report, Levine & AssociatesAARP International Journal, Levine & AssociatesModern Carnivore Brand Identity, D-sign/Stephan FaerberEarthjustice Brand Voice, CueEnsia, SmashLAB*Fresh Press Agri-Fiber Papermaking Lab, Eric BensonMushroom Farm, Olson Kundig ArchitectsThe Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Visitor Center, Olson Kundig ArchitectsThink More. Use Less., ThinkDesign GroupTea.Co-op, ReplacePact, Minelli, Inc.Electric Vehicle Charging Station, TIPS LabRed Campaign, Human Rights Campaignolleh green phone, Johanna Ham, Mihye Song and Hyunji Kim100 Percent Program, Donald SwainEver-Green Energy: 3-part brochure, FourFive/Rita Penrod and Craig JohnsonDistrict Energy St. Paul: 3-part brochure, FourFive/Rita Penrod and Craig JohnsonGlobal Lives Website Redesign, Method, Inc.Bear River Valley, Ideas that KickNYC Service, CloudredNorth of Sixty°, LT Media LabEarthducation, LT Media Lab*What the Frack?, Alyssa LangGLSEN Brochures, Savage BrandsKonjo — Rule29 Creative*
*Indicates special recognition for a Judge’s Choice Award
The AIGA (Re)design Awards is a distinct biennial design competition and awards show that recognizes the importance of sustainable and socially responsible design. It celebrates design willing to reach for excellence on all levels. The competition was started in 2009 by AIGA Colorado and hosted again in 2011 by AIGA Los Angeles. The 2013 competition and awards show was conducted by AIGA Minnesota on behalf of AIGA. Learn more at www.aigaredesignawards.com.
AIGA, the professional association for design, advances design as a professional craft, strategic advantage and vital cultural force. As the largest community of design advocates, we bring together practitioners, enthusiasts and patrons to amplify the voice of design and create the vision for a collective future. We define global standards and ethical practices, guide design education, inspire designers and the public, enhance professional development, and make powerful tools and resources accessible to all. Learn more at aiga.org/about.
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