Ringling Student Projects Selected as Finalists for 2009 Adobe® Design Achievement Awards

    Ringling Student Projects Selected as Finalists for 2009 Adobe® Design Achievement Awards

    July 8, 2009 -  Four Ringling College student projects were selected from 3,243 entries received worldwide as semi-finalists in the 2009 Adobe® Design Achievement Awards (ADAA) competition. A total of 216 semi-finalists were selected from around the globe.

    According to Adobe®, the ADAA gives higher education students from around the world the shortcut to brilliance to propel their careers in the future. Winners are judged in 12 categories in 3 media areas endorsed by the industry, and winners will receive cash prizes and will be awarded in Beijing during the Icograda World Design Congress. 

    Congratulations to these 2009 Ringling College ADAA Semi-Finalists and their Instructors:

    Students: Brad McNally '09, Jesse Penico '09, Rick Lange '10
    Category: Browser-Based Design
    Submission Title: EARL
    Instructor: Allen Harrison/GIC
    Link: http://monkeybubblemedia.com/c-TMC/earl/index.html

    Student: Rick Lange '10
    Category: Motion Graphics
    Submission Title: Arithmetic
    Instructor: Eddy Roberts/GIC
    Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X9CJKPL7Tek

    Student: Greg Tariff '09
    Category: Packaging
    Submission Title: Overpopulate
    Instructor: Allen Harrison/GIC
    Link: http://www.behance.net/Gallery/Overpopulate_/166073 

    Chelsea Clifford '11
    Category: Print Communications
    Submission Title: Type in Space
    Instructor: Yael Campbell 
    Link: Unavailable

    Works will be uploaded to the Adobe website in early August and final judging and winners announcement is expected in early fall. 

    The Adobe® Design Achievement Awards celebrate student achievement reflecting the powerful convergence of technology and the creative arts. The competition, which showcases individual and group projects created with industry-leading Adobe creative software, honors the most talented and promising student graphic designers, photographers, illustrators, animators, digital filmmakers, developers and computer artists from the world's top institutions of higher education. For more information, visit: http://adaaentry.com/adaalive.php?year=2009.