European Design Awards 2018

    European Design Awards 2018
     Category:  Multiple Disciplines
     Deadline:  February 17, 2018  (expired!)
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    Each year the European Design Awards celebrate excellence in the fields of print, web and exhibition design, illustration, packaging, mobile apps and motion graphics. With 40 available categories, the ED-Awards are the most prestigious and comprehensive awards organisation to recognise and promote your work.

    The ED-Awards are unique in their field in the sense that their jury is made up by editors of the most important print and digital design publications. The ED-Awards aim is to always keep moving forward and evolving as an organisation and a service to communication designers throughout the European continent.

    Judging criteria:

    Design quality: Design excellence including use of images, typography etc.
    Creativity: Originality and artistic quality.
    Relevance: Extent the design serves the specific purpose it was designed for.

    All submitted work must have been published in 2017.

    The entry fee per submission is 140 Euro. There is also a volume discount for 5 or more submissions (112 Euro/submission). The entry fee for the Student Project Category is 40 euros.


    All designers living or working within Europe may participate. Designers in Europe may submit work done for clients outside Europe.


    Gold winners receive a trophy during the Award Ceremony. In rare cases, the maximum of two Gold Awards may be given in one category.

    Silver winners receive a diploma during the Award Ceremony. A maximum of five Silver Awards are given per category.

    Bronze winners receive a diploma by post or in the ED-Conference reception. A maximum of five Bronze Awards are given per category.

    All award winners (Gold, Silver and Bronze) will be published in the ED-Awards catalogue and on the ED-Awards website. This year's Awards Ceremony and a number of parallel events (in collaboration with designaustria) will take place in Oslo, May 2018.