[singlepic id=693 w=320 h=240 float=left]Third year Graphic Design student, Ryan Delaney, has been nominated for the International CCS Design Award which is run by a company that is dedicated to showcasing and awarding outstanding website designs.
Ryan created this website for a third year Media Arts paper, Advanced Intenet Design, and he now relies on votes from the public to increase his chances of winning.
After the public have voted, a panel of 4-8 judges, made up of qualified and professional designers that have at least 5 years experience in their specialised fields; graphic design, wedsite design and website development, assess the submissions.
The judges choice of stand-out submissions then go onto the nominees page, where Ryan’s website is sitting, waiting for the final decision.
There are a range of prizes, like Designer of the Month, which receives a $199 1 month subscription from stock photography site, Pixmac.
All winning nominations will be automatically accepted for the newly established Designer of the Year award also.
Have a look at his entry here and submit your vote!
Also check out his Facebook page also to let him know what you think!
This year’s installment of the third-year graphic and digital design publication was released on the opening of their end-of-year exhibition, Monday the 22nd of November, 2010. Featuring many of this year’s design graduates, it showcases up-and-coming New Zealand design talent.
This year’s installment of the 2009 third-year graphic and digital design publication was released on the opening of their end-of-year exhibition, Friday the 27th of November. Featuring many of this year’s design graduates, it showcases up-and-coming New Zealand design talent.
This year’s third-year graphic design students all submitted poster designs to the Good 50×70 initiative. This project was part of a two-part brief given to graphic design students as part of publication class. The project in its entirety is to create a folded-poster publication; a poster that serves a dual purpose to inform as well as provide content when it is folded down.
We are pleased to announce that out of 4168 poster entries from design and illustration professionals and students, two poster designs from Media Arts students were selected by the Good 50×70 judges. Posters from Sian Richardson and Angela Parker will be exhibited at La Triennale gallery in Milan from June the 19th to July the 12th and included in the catalogue containing all the posters selected by the jury this year.
Something new from something old. an exhibition featuring second-year graphic design students
Type, Project One; A New Message — a project about hierarchy, content, legibility, tone, format and consistency.
A selection of the best first-project type assignments, printed onto banners.
Showcasing work by Year Two, Graphic Design Students
Ellie Hemmings, Jacqueline Belcher, Jack Daniel Gatasa-Shaw, Jennifer Flintoff, Jason Metcalfe, Jake MacArtney, Michael Pharaoh, Monica Shortt, Sam Graham, Tom Crook
// exhibition posters by Monica Shortt & Kate Muir
Re-contextualising an existing packaging concept, and producing a new range of a new product.
For this assignment students create a package or packages that contain an item or items of their choice. Their packages must not contain items/objects that were originally suited for the base package structure, they use an existing structure in a new way, resurfacing it in a way that is graphically appropriate.