Ringling College Design Center Wins HOW International Design Awards

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    Ringling College Design Center Wins HOW International Design Awards

    Jan. 18, 2013 - The Ringling College Design Center, the College's in-house design agency, recently won How International Design Awards.  See below for the winning projects. 

    Congrats to everyone in the Design Center! 


    2011-2012 Ringling College Acceptance Package

    Outstanding Achievement

    Creative Directors: Jennifer Mumford Brady, Holly Antoszewski
    Designer: Lenna Dahlquist '08
    Illustrator: Alex Beck '12
    Copywriter: Amy Fischer



    Perspectives, Fall 2011

    Merit Award: (Editorial–Entire Piece)

    Creative Director: Jennifer Mumford Brady
    Designer/Art Director: Cody Maple
    Editor/Project Manager: Su Byron
    Writers: Terri Arnell, Su Byron, Kim Cartlidge, Caroline Chambliss, Mary Craig, Amy Fischer, Marty Fugate, Christine Meeker Lange, Dr. Larry R. Thompson
    Photography: Barbara Banks, Jeanne Ciasullo '04, Daymon Gardner, Cody Maple, Ken Marlewski, Rod Millington, OSA Images, Tamara Reynolds, Peter Sibbald, SeanDeren.com, SMBB Architects, Brent Stewart, Richard Termine, Athena Torri '11, Mark Tucker, Maxim Vakhovskiy, Ping Wu
    Illustration: Regan Dunnick '76, Ayers Saint Gross


    Find Your Way: Florida National Portfolio Days

    Merit Award: (Posters)

    Creative Directors: Jennifer Mumford Brady, Holly Antoszewski
    Designer: Michael William Rankin
    Writer: Amy Fischer


    2012 Ringling College Visitor's Package

    Merit Award: (Gifts: T-shirts, Tote Bags, Calendars, 3D Promos, etc.)

    Creative Directors: Jennifer Mumford Brady, Holly Antoszewski
    Designer: Nicole Gavrilles
    Illustration: Various Ringling College students



    About the HOW International Design Awards

    There were 242 award-winning designs in the most recent HOW International Design Awards. This highly selective and well-regarded competition sponsored by HOW magazine, now in its 20th year, recognizes outstanding creative work produced by individuals and creative agencies from around the world. 

    A team of design-industry veterans judged nearly 1,000 entries in 15 categories, and selected winning projects that demonstrated an ideal mix of concept, strategy and execution.  The judging panel included Noreen Morioka, co-founder of AdamsMorioka in Beverly Hills, CA; Mikey Burton, an independent designer in Philadelphia; and Jamey Wagner, creative director for Interbrand in Cincinnati. 

    Entries were judged according to these criteria:

                • How well does the entry communicate?

                • How well does the entry achieve the client’s mission?

                • How memorable or unique is the entry?

                • How strong is the entry aesthetically?

    International Design Awards is a global creative competition; each year, winners represent countries in Europe, Asia, Latin America and North America. FAME, Design Army, Target, Turner Duckworth, Leo Burnett and TAXI Canada were among the winners.

    All winning projects will be prominently featured in the March 2013 issue of HOW magazine. And as International Design Award winners, the winning creative team receives a $100 gift certificate toward registration for HOW Design Live in San Francisco, June 22–25.  You can visit HOWDesignLive.com for event details.

    HOW will soon be accepting entries for this year’s International Design Awards; information about all of HOW’s competitions is available at HOWdesign.com/design-competitions. 

    About HOW

    HOW magazine (HOWdesign.com) is the leading business and creativity magazines for graphic designers, whether they work in solo practices, design firms, advertising agencies or in-house groups. HOW sponsors six annual design competitions and hosts the largest annual gathering of graphic designers in the U.S., HOW Design Live.