Now in its fourth year, Entyce Design Awards (EDA) is built into the curriculum of many design courses and over the next few weeks the creative team at Entyce will be visiting many universities and colleges to deliver the briefs in person.
We get a real buzz from being in touch with up and coming talent and seeing how excited the srudents are at the opportunities that EDA brings.
There are a variety of categories designed to appeal to different skills and capabilities.
The Awards open at the start of each winter term and close the following February, giving students approximately five months to work on a host of creative briefs.
Following the success of last year’s Awards which supported a local charity, The Hospice of the Good Shepherd, the Entyce Design Awards took the decision to support a charity each year. This year the selected organisation is the inspirational and dynamic charity, Access Sport – www.accesssport.org.uk
Access Sport’s mission is to give more children, particularly in disadvantaged areas, access to a wide range of quality local sport. The ambition to continue the lasting positive effect from the 2012 London Olympics and Paralympics, makes Access Sports the ideal choice for the Entyce Design Awards 2013.
EDA offers an exciting opportunity to all graphic design students studying a higher education course in the UK to work on a real-life project. These prestigious Awards are highly regarded in the industry.
The work Access Sport does, has gained an immense increase in support and recognition following the success of London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics. This surge has exposed a vital need for marketing material to promote their work. This is where the work produced by the Entyce Design Awards can offer invaluable support to the charity.
This year students can enter five design categories: logo, website, advertising, banner design and promotional.
To find out more about EDA or to book a visit to your university or collage please visit – www.entycedesignawards.com