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Entry rules & GTC

 

To take part in the Red Dot Award: Communication Design 2017, you have to agree to the General Terms and Conditions.

 

Who can participate?

Agencies, designers and companies from around the world can enter the Red Dot Award: Communication Design with their creations.

What is eligible for the competition?

In the Red Dot Award: Communication Design 2017, works and projects can be entered in 18 categories. Projects published after 1 July 2014 and before 1 July 2017 can be registered. These may not have been registered for the Red Dot Award: Communication Design in the past. Works that were realised solely for the purposes of participating in the Red Dot Award: Communication Design are not eligible.

How many projects can I register?

Participants may enter as many works as they wish into the Red Dot Award: Communication Design. Depending on the type of work, a project can be entered for one or more categories. A project may not be entered in various subcategories of a category. A separate registration needs to be completed for each entry. Each submission is seen individually and thus needs its own presentation material. A submission may consist of max. eight parts.

In which forms can I register a project?

Submissions can be made in the original, as a presentation chart, digitally or in cross-media form.

What is the Red Dot: Junior Award?

The Red Dot: Junior Award is part of the Red Dot Award: Communication Design.
It is intended for up and coming young designers (up to two years post-graduation).The Red Dot: Junior Prize is endowed with 10,000 Euros and goes to the best project.

Who can participate in the Red Dot: Junior Award?

Up and coming young designers (up to two years post-graduation) can participate in the Red Dot: Junior Award. Applicants must show proof of enrolment in an institution of higher learning or vocational school or a copy of their diploma.

What is eligible for the Red Dot: Junior Award?

In the Red Dot: Junior Award, works and projects can be entered in 18 categories, no matter when the project was created or published.