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Entyce Design Awards
The Entyce Design Awards celebrate the talent of design students studying a higher education course (or recently graduated) whilst supporting UK charities and not-for-profit organisations with their marketing collateral.
There are five categories, they vary in design disciplines so you have the choice to enter your favourite area of design or challenge yourself with one less familiar. We encourage students to enter as many categories as possible.
Create a logo for the Disability Legacy Project. The Disability Legacy Project is part of a scheme which was created to ensure there is a lasting positive effect from the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Access Sport transforms lives through sport. With the 2012 Olympics and Paralympics, the popularity of sport has thrived and Access Sport aims to support this national boost. The charity’s mission is to give more children, particularly in disadvantaged areas, access to a wide range of quality local sport.
• Web Design
Create a visually engaging site for Access Sport. Information must be clearly presented and encourage the reader to delve further into the site. We are only looking at the design of the site, not the developmental build.
• Banner Design
Design a banner for Access Sport and how they transform people’s lives through sport. Design a banner for one of the events or programs it runs.
This category is the most open of all! We want you to use your imagination to produce designs for any promotional material you think will benefit Access Sport.
There is one entry fee to enter as many category briefs as you like.
Graphic Design students studying a higher education course or recently graduated can enter.
Winners of each category are announced at the ceremony and presented with our prestigious Entyce Design Award.
Finalists are invited to bring their portfolios as the judges offer their time and support to each individual student. This invaluable opportunity provides students with expert advice and guidance to strengthen portfolios, enabling them to maximise future employment opportunities.
Entry feedback, portfolio reviews and interview techniques will all be discussed, along with informal discussions with course tutors to find out what they would like to see from the EDA in the future.