NEW DELHI: Adobe has announced the final call-for-entries for the annual Adobe Design Achievement Awards (ADAA). This prestigious annual competition honors the most promising student graphic designers, photographers, illustrators, animators, digital filmmakers, developers and computer artists from around the world.
According to Umang Bedi, Managing Director South Asia, Adobe, "Adobe Design Achievement Awards are back and the search is on for the best campaigns and graphics work from the world of design. The 15 categories in the competition offer a wide canvas for students to showcase their creative talent. This year Adobe has further expanded the awards and added two new categories, Advertising Photography and Social Impact Design."
For 15 years, Adobe has showcased top new talent through Adobe Design Achievement Awards and has helped students around the world to launch their careers. Students can submit individual and group projects produced with the world-class creative tools and apps that form part of Adobe Creative Cloud.
The competition will be judged by an esteemed panel of design experts in each category and the grand prize winners will be announced in conjunction with Adobe MAX, the creativity conference to be held in Los Angeles in October 2015.
Three grand prize winners of Adobe Design Achievement Awards (ADAA) will walk away with the prize money of $1,000 along with a 12-month Adobe Creative Cloud membership subscription, travel, accommodation and access to MAX in Los Angeles, and creative mentorship.
The first deadline for entries was April 17, 2015 and final submission deadline is June 19, 2015. For submission guidelines, categories, prize information, amazing student work and more, visit www.adobeawards.com.
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