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A'Design Award and Competition

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A'Design Award and Competition was founded in 2009 as a spinoff of OMC Design Studios after detailed analysis of more than 1,000 design awards and competitions with more than 400 elements analyzed, and its first result was published in 2010. They manifest that the competition is set out to be credible, respect designers, award-winning designs truthfully and provide a positive experience for all the participants, which could be realized by good jury, good terms, good benefits and returns, respectively. Based on such manifestation, they carry out "no further fee policy," including winners' unlimited free logo use for retails and ads. There are more than 140 categories in the competition. Gala Night for winners is held every year in June or July, and in 2024, it is expected to be held in September. The Platinum Award is top 1%, the next 2% is for Gold Award followed by another 2% for Silver Award, and 5% for Bronze and 20% for A'Design follow. By their definition, the best designs are aesthetic, functional, and further incorporate a deep thinking, philosophy and social values to create change.

The number of sources that report about A'Design Award and Competition can not be said large, partly due to the fact that it is comparatively new. Still, some websites refer to it: [1]International Council of Design, [2]Designboom, [2]Contemporist, [3]Radcolombia, and [4]ITSLIQUID are among them.


  1. "A' Design Award & Competition | International Council of Design". Retrieved 2023-05-05.
  2. 2.0 2.1 "A' design award and competition Archives". designboom | architecture & design magazine. Retrieved 2023-05-05.
  3. "A' Design Award and Competition | Red Académica de Diseño". Retrieved 2023-05-05.
  4. "A' Design Awards & Competition - Winners". ITSLIQUID. Retrieved 2023-05-05.

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