The Drum’s 2016 Design Awards are now open for entry with categories including Identity Design and Packaging up for grabs.
Entries will be judged by a panel of industry experts including Greg Quinton, executive creative director, The Partners; Kerrin Lumsden, design leader, global brands Diageo; Graham Shearsby, CCO, Design Bridge; Jonathan Ford, founding partner and CCO Pearlfisher; Jen Heazlewood, associate creative director, experience design R/GA London and Maggie Hodgetts, head of design, Waitrose.
Now celebrating its fourth year the Drum Design Awards recognise the industry’s best design feats of the year. With 21 categories to choose from entrants have until the 12 February 2016 to submit their work and be in the running for a coveted trophy.
The face of the industry is changing but The Drum still firmly believes the core disciplines that have made the profession what it is today are more relevant now than ever before. As the market changes, new challenges may have emerged but the creative skills such as problem solving, art direction, strategic thinking and great execution are just as important in this new economy.
The awards are open to all design consultancies, advertising agencies, digital agencies, creative agencies, media owners, in house teams, freelancers or clients who work within the design discipline.
Agencies or client head offices must be based in the UK for eligibility.
The winners will be announced on 28 April 2016 at a black tie ceremony at London Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square.
For more information and to submit your entry please check out The Drum Design Awards website.