Posts tagged ‘awards’

March 4, 2010

Sony World Photography Awards 2010 News Article by The Trend Boutique

From Trend Boutique

The Trend Boutique (UK) Ltd is an online resource, consultancy and events management company working alongside HE & FE institutions, particularly within design & creative industries. Established in 2009, The Trend Boutique is drawn up of a team with wide-reaching levels of expertise within the fields of design, trends, business, careers, recruitment, internet publishing, sales & marketing, and production and has a whole wealth of industry knowledge & contacts.

“The shortlist for the 2010 Sony World Photography Awards was recently announced containing a list contains of 190 outstanding photographers from 48 different countries. From fashion to music, architecture to current affairs, the Sony World Photography Awards is one of the most comprehensive photographic competitions in the world and a great source of inspiration for students whether looking for colour direction or image composition.”

via Sony World Photography Awards 2010 News Article by The Trend Boutique.

December 11, 2009

British Fashion Awards – BFC Designer of the Year – BFC Designer of the Year – BFC Designer of the Year

It was a double celebration for Burberry, as the brand took home the Designer Brand award and Christopher Bailey was honoured with the BFC Designer of the Year award. During his acceptance speech Chief Creative Officer Christopher Bailey announced that Burberry Prorsum would continue to show at London Fashion Week in February.

The video above was played on the night before Christopher’s acceptance speech. Video by FASHIONAIR.

via British Fashion Awards – BFC Designer of the Year – BFC Designer of the Year – BFC Designer of the Year.

November 17, 2009

Government chooses leading innovations for awards

From Design Week

A curtain hook that fights hospital superbugs and a home water-purification device were among the products honoured at this year’s iAwards.The awards, organised by the Department for Innovation, Universities & Skills and intended to recognise the best of British technological and scientific innovation, took place at the Science Museum in London last night.The overall winner was Horizon Discovery’s X-Man tool, which identifies personalised cancer treatments.Unilever’s research and development department picked up the consumer product award for its Pureit device, which claims to kill all water-borne bacteria and viruses.Blinds manufacturer Opal Contracts won the award for its in-house-designed curtain hooks. The hooks can be loaded onto a curtain rail in groups, reducing the amount of time it takes to change a hospital curtain.The iAward for digital communications went to Powertraveller for its Solargorilla, which uses solar power to charge laptops and mobile phones.Winners of the awards will be helped by UK Trade & Investment to meet potential business partners at key events such as the Medica trade fair in Germany.

via Government chooses leading innovations for awards | News | Design Week.

November 16, 2009

DADI AWARDS – Drum Awards for the Digital Industries

“The annual DADI Awards, in association with Leeds Live it Love it took place on Friday 13th November in the Royal Armories, Leeds. 

Crowned DADI of them all and taking home the
Grand Prix was MadeByPi for First Direct. Scooping the Chairman’s Award for the second year in a row was BJL for their work with Rustlers

Digital Agency of the Year went to fuse8, DADI individual of the Year toTony Fogget from Code Computerlove and Chris Hemmingway from MadeByPi was awarded Creative Individual of the Year.”

“MadeByPi® and University of Huddersfield embrace Yorkshire’s digital talent MadeByPi® is working in collaboration with the University of Huddersfield’s ada network (school of art, design and architecture) to nurture, embrace and retain talented digital graduates in Yorkshire.”

MediaVest Manchester were awarded Media Buying Agency of the Year andStudent of the Year went to Sam Whigham from Salford University.”

DADI AWARDS – Drum Awards for the Digital Industries.

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November 13, 2009

DADI Awards broadcast online

Digital Week comes to a close this weekend with the final highlights including the DADI Awards in Leeds.

Yorkshire venues have played host to events all week designed to bring together and celebrate digital talent across the region.

Tonight’s DADI ceremony at the Royal Armouries will recognise the best in the digital business and if you can’t make it along the event will be broadcast online. Tune in from 7.30pm.

The awards promise to be an exciting climax to Digital Week, which has hosted debates and workshops about graphic design, social networks, animation, 3D and music.

Highlights have included talks on the future of music in the digital age, breakfast with the creators of AudioBoo – described as an “audio version of Twitter and YouTube” rolled into one – and the Bradford Animation Festival at the National Media Museum.

via the Drum