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Get inspired by these amazing design projects, all 2021 winners in the Indigo Design Awards – Creative Boom

Summary

Held annually, the Indigo Design Award is a global contest for projects in the fields of graphic design, digital, mobile, and branding. Conceptual and completed designs that are five years old or less are eligible to enter one of six categories: graphic design, digital design: UX and UI, mobile design, branding, and design for social change.

An esteemed jury will judge your work, who have all made innovative contributions in the digital design world. And the organisers stress th…….

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Held annually, the Indigo Design Award is a global contest for projects in the fields of graphic design, digital, mobile, and branding. Conceptual and completed designs that are five years old or less are eligible to enter one of six categories: graphic design, digital design: UX and UI, mobile design, branding, and design for social change.

An esteemed jury will judge your work, who have all made innovative contributions in the digital design world. And the organisers stress they are looking for original and imaginative work. In their own words: “Just as the indigo orchid stands out from nature’s palette with its rare and special beauty, we are looking for exceptional projects that shine with an uncommon artistry.”

You only have until 30 November to enter and take advantage of this year’s extended Early Bird deadline. You’ll find full details of how to do so here. In the meantime, here’s some of the best work from last year’s winners to inspire you.

Digital Design of the Year winner: Live Subway Maps by Work & Co

We’ve all struggled with finding our way around public transportation in an unfamiliar city. And so, Live Subway Maps is a worthy winner in 2021’s Digital Design category. It’s the result of the MTA (Metropolitan Transportation Authority) coming together with the Transit Innovation Partnership to create the first real-time, live map of the New York subway system. The app uses the geometric clarity of Massimo Vignelli’s diagram with the geographical and organic curves by Hertz, but it powers it with technology to make a map more appropriate for our time.

Mobile Design of the Year: The Trip App by Z1 and Field Trip

Legal therapies based on the safe consumption of psychedelics are one of the most exciting areas of psychology practice right now. And so, Field Trip, a leading company in the sector, teamed up with digital product studio Z1 to create Trip, a supportive digital tool for those who are seeking altered states of consciousness for personal growth but may not have access to one of their clinic-based therapy programs. Created by a team led by Manuel Ortega, the app lets you set an intention before the journey, listen to AI-generated music, access a voice recorder while tripping, study analytics that displays your progress over time, and read educational content based on scientific research and shamanic wisdom.

Graphic Design winner: The Guide by Shillington Education

The key to digital design is making it easy to find the right information quickly, and here’s a great example. The Guide, created by Anthony Wood, Shanti Sparrow and Emily Comfort, is an online platform that showcases supporting material for the Shillington Graphic Design course.

That includes over 20 years of content created by hundreds of teachers globally, including over a thousand printed handouts, technical tips, industry best practices, case studies and career guidance, which is a lot …….

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