Get your camera out, start snapping and you could share in almost $2000 worth of prizes at this year’s indesignlive.com SiD competition.
July 30th, 2009
At this year’s Sydney event indesignlive.com is giving SiD guests the chance to win a fantastic Mondaine Swiss Railways Watch and a two-year subscription to the ‘Ultimate Design Package’ (Indesign, Design Quarterly and Habitus magazines) – a total value of $889.
All you need to do is take along your camera on +Friday and/or Saturday, get snapping, then send in your best photo to email@example.com. You can include a caption of text if you’d like, but it’s not essential.
The photograph that the Indesign team deems to best capture the spirit of the event will win its lucky photographer the grand prize! One runner-up will receive an ‘Ultimate Design Package’ for two years, worth $190.
You need to get your photographs in by Tuesday 4 August 2009.
Any images submitted to the Saturday in Design Photography Competition may be used across Indesign’s Publications.
Throughout Saturday in Design we’ll be ‘tweeting’ tips about the hottest locations and events that are happening.
We will also be running a unique Twitter competition for all of you who follow us on twitter.com/indesignlive. All you need to do is Twitter throughout the day using the #SiD tag (What’s a Hash Tag?).
The most involved twitterer (decided by us) will win a Mondaine Swiss Railways Watch, valued at $699. We will also be giving out one ‘Ultimate Design Package’ to our favourite SiD tweet – so get creative! Learn more about Twitter and how you can get involved here.
‘Tweets’ using the #SiD tag will be considered from Thursday 30 July – Tuesday 4 August 2009. Don’t forget the #design tag too!
If you’re not on twitter, you’re missing out!
Make sure you get along to all the showrooms giving away more than $100,000 in prizes. Study the handbook to make sure you don’t miss out on any of the great give-aways!
Online registrations for the event have now closed, but you can register on the day at any of the showroom locations.
Get ready… on your marks… SiD!
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