Save up to 40% on your 2019 design awards entries by entering before the Early Bird Deadline—cut off for discounted entries ends tonight, January 31st, at 9 PM EST.
Another year, another surge of designs being pushed out into the world: some great, some good, and some, well, not worth mentioning... But what separates the good from the best? That's something the 2019 Core77 Design Awards are here to distinguish and recognize. Core77 is excited to announce the 2019
As a student, it can be difficult to convince yourself to invest money in something related to your professional career such as an awards program, let alone investing in a turkey sandwich for lunch. Though it may seem difficult to envision what applying to something like an awards program gets
Attention, designers—mark your calendars because the 2019 Core77 Design Awards will officially be open for entry on January 8! Now in its ninth year, the Core77 Design Awards continues to champion the principles of inclusivity, innovation, and excellence. Our annual collection of awarded projects have solidified the awards as a
Gantri is a platform to create and buy modern designs that offer designers a simple way to bring new designs to market. Using Gantri's product framework, materials and components, designers can create production-ready 3D models. Gantri
Character strengths like generosity and grit, growth mindset and self-control, curiosity and compassion help children blossom into happy, healthy, productive, and pro-social adults. We know that character development is much needed in
FOLD is a compact packaging designed for IKEA's "HILVER" table. It uses double corrugated cardboard as its primary material, which allows the packaging to be easily folded into a stool. Around 30.5 million tonnes of household
TrapOS is a productivity and performance driven mobile operating system designed for simplicity and ease of use across cultural and physical boundaries. It is intended to be a truly universal global interface where users
While different factors, including the housing crisis and advances in technology, has led to a dramatic rise of nomads in recent years—both by choice and by force—the way people work
We had so much fun at our 2018 Core77 Design Awards celebration at Kickstarter in New York last month that we decided to do it all over again in San Francisco! This time the party was generously sponsored by NewDealDesign and took place on their breathtaking office roof deck on
The votes are in! After tallying up your votes on who had the most exciting work of 2018 in the Core77 Design Awards, we have a grand prize winner of this year's Community Choice prize as well as 13 category winners. The grand prize winner doesn't just earn a brag-able
On Saturday, July 14th, voting for this year's Community Choice Prize Winner in the 2018 Core77 Design Awards will come to a close, which means you still have time to: A.) Vote for your favorite design award-winning project of 2018 to win B.) Promote your own winning project for a
Another design awards season, another opportunity to throw a raging party honoring the best designers of the past year. We were thrilled on June 14th to have the opportunity to throw our 2018 Core77 Design Awards results celebration on the roof of Kickstarter HQ in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, where we honored
This year's Built Environment Jury Team was led by Dror Benshetrit, Founder of New York based Studio Dror. Joining him on the panel were Charlie Gepp, founder of INTENTIONALLY BLANK, and Marc Thorpe, founder of Marc Thorpe Design.
This year's Commercial Equipment Jury Team was led by Joe Hebenstreit, CEO of Shaper. Joining him on the panel were Gretchen Anderson, Head of Design at PG&E, Andy Logan, Founder & Creative Director of AWOL Company, Kiefer Limeback, CEO of Limeback Group, and Spencer Wright, Proprietor of ThePrepared.org.
This year's Consumer Product Jury Team was led by Ti Chang, Co-founder & VP of Design at Crave. Joining her on the panel were Ivy Ross, VP of Design for Hardware at Google, Jörg Student, Executive Design Director at IDEO, Raja Schaar, Assistant Professor of Product Design at Drexel University.
This year's Design Concept Jury Team was led by Designer, Experimental Artist & Speculative Technologist Ani Lu. Joining her on the panel were Chris Woebken, Co-founder of Extrapolation Factory, and Engineer & Designer Dan Chen.
This year's Design Education Initiative Jury Team was led by Susie Wise, Strategic Advisor, Designer & Coach of School Retool. Joining her on the panel were Juliette LaMontagne, Founder & CEO, Breaker / Chief Learning Architect of Bionic Solutions, Kareem Collie, Director of Design and Creativity for The Rick and Susan Sontag Center for Collaborative Creativity and Tom Maiorana, Assistant Professor in the Department of Design at UC Davis.
This year's Design for Social Impact Jury Team was led by Jennifer Rittner, Principal of Content Matters. Joining her on the panel were George Aye, Co-founder and Director of Innovation at Greater Good Studio, Marc Dones, Associate Director of Equity Initiatives and Sabiha Basrai, Graphic Designer/Owner of Design Action Collective
This year's Furniture & Lighting Jury Team was led by John Arndt and Wonhee Jeong Arndt, Co-founders of Studio Gorm. Joining them on the panel were Chris Liljenberg Halstrøm, Founder of Chris L. Halstrom, Christopher Specce, Professor of Furniture Design at RISD, Jamie Wolfond, Founder of Good Thing, and Thom Fougere, Founder of Thom Fougere Studio.
This year's Interaction Jury Team was led by Joana Lehman, Executive Producer of Small Planet. Joining her on the panel were Brian Kelly, Director of Experience Design, Leslie Dann, Associate Partner of C&G Partners and Yumi Endo, Lead Designer at Humanitarian Data Exchange(HDX), United Nations OCHA.
This year's Open Design Jury Team was led by Zach Kaplan, CEO of Inventables. Joining him on the panel were Carl Bass, self-unemployed robot builder and former CEO of Autodesk, Jason Busschaer, Director of Industrial Design at Stanley Black & Decker, and Porter Whitmire, Senior Director of Product Development & Innovation Management at Techtronic Industries.
This year's Service Design Jury Team was led by Lingjing Yin, Lead Service Designer for FutureGov. Joining her on the panel were George Sheldrake, Service Design Consultant, J. Paul Neeley, Director of Neeley Worldwide, and Lauren Currie, Head of Design at Good Lab.
This year's Packaging Jury Team was led by Chi-An De Leo, Creative Director & Co-Founder of Rice Creative. Joining him on the panel were Chuong Pham, Creative Director & Co-founder of Kaarem and Gregory Jewett, Co-founder of ATIQ.
This year's Strategy & Research Jury Team was led by Tatyana Mamut, Former Product Exec at Amazon, Salesforce, and IDEO. Joining her on the panel were Lionel Mohri, VP of Design at Intuit Innovation Practices, Nalini Kotamraju, Vice President of User Research & Analytics at Salesforce, Susan O'Malley, Head of Strategy, Office of the CEO at IDEO.
This year's Transportation Jury Team was led by La Shirl Turner, Head of Exterior and Interior Color and Materials for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. Joining her on the panel were Jun Ryu, Design Manager at FCA US, Kasia Lys, Lead Senior Designer at FCA US, Meredith Gannes, Design Manager at FCA US, and Shady Elias, Senior Designer at FCA US.
This year's Visual Communication Jury Team was led by Jennifer Kinon, Co-founder of OCD | The Original Champions of Design. Joining her on the panel were Louise Fili, Director of Louise Fili Ltd., Min Lew, Partner at Base Design, Osi Imeokparia, Director of Product at Chan Zuckerberg Initiative.
For this year's Core77 Design Awards, we're conducting in-depth interviews with each of our jury captains to get in a glimpse into their creative minds and hear more about what they'll be looking for in this year's awards submissions.Joe Hebenstreit is at the forefront of an exciting new product that
After another challenging year of jury review, we've finally reached a consensus of winners in the 2018 Core77 Design Awards! Stay tuned next Thursday morning, June 14th, when we'll be revealing winners on the Core77 Design Awards site and right here on Core77.
For this year's Core77 Design Awards, we're conducting in-depth interviews with each of our jury captains to get in a glimpse into their creative minds and hear more about what they'll be looking for in this year's awards submissions.2018 Core77 Design Awards Furniture & Lighting Jury Captains John and Wonhee
For this year's Core77 Design Awards, we're conducting in-depth interviews with each of our jury captains to get in a glimpse into their creative minds and hear more about what they'll be looking for in this year's awards submissions.Ani Liu, our 2018 Core77 Design Awards Design Concept Jury Captain, is
It's now or never—today is your very last day to enter a project into the 2018 Core77 Design Awards. Get to work on it now and make sure to have your project in before tonight, March 29th, at 9 PM EST!
Receiving an Honor in the Core77 Design Awards takes a little more than just an exceptional design project- it requires turning that exceptional project into an entry that will grab the jury's attention. With Regular pricing coming to a close on March 8th, there is still plenty of time to submit your best work in a way that thoroughly impresses the jury and helps you stand out from your competition.
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