Entries are now open for the red dot award in product design. The annual competition is open to entrants worldwide, and is a chance for designers to compete on the international stage. The red dot design award is the world’s largest design competition, drawing more than 11,000 entries from across the globe. For 2009, products […]
November 7th, 2008
Entries are now open for the red dot award in product design.
The annual competition is open to entrants worldwide, and is a chance for designers to compete on the international stage. The red dot design award is the world’s largest design competition, drawing more than 11,000 entries from across the globe.
For 2009, products will be assessed across 17 different design groups. Winners of the competition receive a red dot trophy, which is internationally recognised as a symbol of design innovation and integrity.
Entries close: 23 January 2009
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