This year’s Launch Pad competition had nearly 150 entries, all of such a high quality that the nine-judge panel had to select quite a long shortlist!
June 13th, 2014
Below are the shortlisted entries in alphabetical order. The Finalists will be announced at the end of June. Be sure to visit the Launch Pad Finalists Exhibition at Melbourne Indesign: The Event! Register here to attend, which will give you free entry to the exhibition.
For more coverage of Melbourne Indesign 2014 visit: indesignlive.com/category/articles/in-review/mid-2014
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