Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) July 20, 2011
Due to overwhelming interest, the submission deadline for the prestigious AIGA (Re)designAwards has been extended to July 29! Designs from Australia, Canada, Greece, Sweden and Hawaii have already entered the AIGA (Re)designAwards International Competition that acknowledges the best design thinking for sustainability and social responsibility. Be sure that your country, state or city is represented and submit your project today at http://www.aigaredesignawards.com. Time is ticking. Change is happening. Be a part of the solution. Enter and turn possibility into reality like our past winners.
“We won the (Re)designAward in Environmental Sustainability in 2009. Not only was it a seminal moment in our process but it allowed us to continue the ever-critical dialog with our clients about the importance of continued vigilance regarding the environmental impact of our intentions. Though we still have a ways to go, I will always remember—as they say — "progress not perfection".” - David Conover, Owner, Studio Conover (http://www.studioconover.com)
“Being recognized by the AIGA (Re)designAwards was a huge honor. Through the process, I was exposed to like-minded designers whose collective goal was to shine a light on sustainable and socially responsible projects. The (Re)designAwards also acted as a platform for Art with Heart's important work on behalf of children to gain more visibility – and hopefully inspire others to use their powers for good!” - Steffanie Lorig, Executive Director, Art with Heart (http://www.artwithheart.org)
For more information on the contest or how to become a sponsor of the (Re)design Gala please visit http://www.aigaredesignawards.com.
AIGA, the professional association for design, is committed to furthering excellence in design as a broadly-defined discipline, strategic tool for business, and cultural force. AIGA is the place design professionals turn to first to exchange ideas and information, participate in critical analysis and research, and advance education and ethical practice.