The Adobe Design Achievement Awards 2012


Hey Folks, back again with the 1st entry of the year (Well, ignoring the post which I did for the greetings 🙂 ) Well, today is all about the Adobe Design Achievement Awards (ADAA). It was a huge success last year with tons of entries from the region.

ADAA 2012 is here!! The 2012 Adobe® Design Achievement Awards gives higher education students and faculty from around the world the shortcut to brilliance to propel their careers in the future. Cash prizes will be awarded in Los Angeles during the 2012 Adobe MAX conference. Submissions close on the June 22, 2012.

Higher education students and faculty can submit entries created with Adobe software to earn a chance at winning recognition, travel, Adobe software, and winners receive cash prizes.

Both individuals and groups may enter up to three unique projects in the following categories during the entire duration of the contest.

  • Interactive Media: Browser-Based Design, Non-Browser Based Design, Application Development, Mobile Design, Game Design, Installation Design, Innovation in Interactive Media in Education
  • Video and Motion: Animation, Live Action, Motion Graphics, Innovation in Video and Motion in Education
  • Traditional Media: Illustration, Packaging, Photography, Print Communications, Innovation in Traditional Media in Education

Find out more about the competition @ http://www.adobeawards.com/us/

Also check out the 2011 gallery @ http://www.adaagallery.com/

Adobe Education Exchange Announces the 2011 Educators’ Choice Awards


Just as Adobe is changing the world through digital experiences, educators are changing the world through innovative teaching. From creating inspiring curricula to bringing dynamic, media-rich content into courses and assignments, educators go above and beyond to prepare students for today’s global workforce. But creating those amazing learning experiences for their students is not an easy task. To encourage educators to share their successful teaching materials and help each other get ready for the new school year, the Adobe Education Exchange launched the 2011 Educators’ Choice Awards. Starting this week, educators can win great prizes by simply submitting their best projects, lesson plans, curricula, and tutorials. Prepare to be inspired!

The 2011 Educators’ Choice Awards will recognize and reward Adobe Education Exchange members who submit the most innovative teaching and learning materials. The community will choose the winners of the awards by rating and voting for one another’s entries. Educators can submit entries in four categories including:

Higher Education Digital Arts and Media

Primary/Secondary Digital Arts and Media

Higher Education Cross-Curricular

Primary/Secondary Cross-Curricular

Grand prize and runner-up winners will go home with prizes like laptop computers, tablets, digital cameras, and the new Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 to help them continue to create innovative learning experiences for their students.

For more information on the 2011 Educators’ Choice Awards or to enter, visit: http://www.adobe.com/go/AdobeEDUAwards. For inspiration and examples, join or sign in to browse the resources on the Adobe Education Exchange. Also, be sure to follow @AdobeEDU and #AdobeEDUAwards for the latest updates about the awards. Get your creative juices flowing, submit your great teaching materials and win big!

Adobe APAC School Innovation Awards


Ever dared to share your dreams with the world? If you are a student between 14-19 years old, the 2010 Adobe Asia Pacific School Innovation Awards gives you the chance to realize those dreams and get recognized and rewarded! Held annually, the Award honors the most innovative print, web and video masterpieces created with Adobe software.

Find out more @ http://adobe-eduapac.com/index.php?act=k12award2010