Energy Products Design Competition now is over!
Energy Products Design Competition: Design competition A’Design Award for Energy Products and Devices Designs is not just an award, it is the indicator of quality and perfection in design, the award is recognized worldwide and takes the attention of design oriented companies, professionals and interest groups. Winning the A’Award is a certificate of excellence for designers, an important milestone in your career. Having the A’Award attracts the eyes of design oriented companies worldwide, winners will be able to find better and higher profile leads, get a step ahead in their life.
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For realized designs, having the A’Award gives added value to your products and separates them from the rest of commoditized goods, it is an excuse to communicate your product to the media, a reason for press releases. Each winner design receives the trophy, published online and at our best designs book, receives a certificate and sticker templates to be attached to the products, the A’seal of design excellence is also included in the winners package, this seal is valid for the entire product lifecycle without yearly fees.
The Jury is composed of both Academic and Professional participants worldwide, such as chief executive officers or head designers of companies and faculty heads or professors. In addition, the A Award features the focus group jury, which is composed of ordinary people to normalize the scoring by eliminating the bias on aesthetics and form sections, the votes of Professional, Academic and the Focus Group are weighted to determine the final result.
When submitting to the Energy Products and Devices Design competition keep in mind that your submission will be evaluated on multiple dimensions, your product is judged together with its packaging, and if applicable maintenance/usage/application guide. Applicants should send high-resolution images of the product, together with a presentation of its packaging and application guides. The most weight will be given to energy consumption or generation efficiency.