The Product Design competition has existed since 1954. Its award, the Red Dot, is an internationally recognised quality seal. The best products receive the Red Dot: Best of the Best award.

» Red Dot Award: Product Design

The competition for Design Concepts and prototypes is held annually in Singapore. The highest award for the best of all concepts is the Red Dot: Luminary which includes prize money of SGD 5,000.

» Red Dot Award: Design Concept

The highest award in the Communication Design competition is the “Red Dot: Grand Prix” for the best work in a category. The “Red Dot: Junior Prize”, which includes prize money of 10,000 euros, will be awarded to the best student work.

» Red Dot Award: Communication Design


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Friday, 29 July 2011

Promising concepts: jury meeting of the "red dot award: design concept" completed!

The “red dot award: design concept” is not only the world`s most successful and professional contest for design concepts, it also serves as an indisputable benchmark for creativity and design in the industry. Once again, tomorrow`s ideas have been examined in Singapore. More


Friday, 15 July 2011

red dot goes Berlin: the best talents in the design scene celebrate in the capital city!

For more than half a century, red dot has traditionally celebrated its legendary award ceremonies in Essen. This year, the major international design competition will tread new ground: Today, Prof. Dr. Peter Zec, initiator and CEO of red dot, announced in Berlin that this year for the first time the famous red dot is hosting a red dot gala – the highlight of the “red dot award: communication design 2011” – in Germany’s capital city. The initial results of this year’s jury meetings were published at the same time. More


Thursday, 7 July 2011

"red dot award: design concept 2011" - Last days left to submit!

The finishing line is closing in on the "red dot award: design concept 2011". Whether you are established or new, you have something to prove. The team is not stagnant; the talent still remains; you have what it takes to shape the future. This is your last chance of the year. You have only a couple of days to put the finishing touches on your best ideas and send them to the "red dot award: design concept". More


Tuesday, 5 July 2011

"The most influential design award in the world" - Brilliant final of the "red dot award: product design 2011"

On Monday, July 4th, the "red dot award: product design 2011" was brought to a brilliant conclusion. To celebrate the winners of the well-known product design competition, the who's who of the international design scene met in the architecturally stunning Aalto-Theater in Essen, Germany. The red dot gala cast a spell over more than 1200 guests from around the world. Representatives from all areas of design, media, economy, and politics gathered for the awards ceremony, traditionally hosted by Prof. Dr. Peter Zec, initiator and CEO of the red dot. More


Wednesday, 29 June 2011

Special exhibitions "Design on stage - winners red dot award: product design 2011" and "Grohe Design - Source of Creativity"

From 5 to 31 July 2011 the “red dot design museum” presents the special exhibition “Design on stage – winners red dot award: product design 2011”. It introduces the winners of this year’s product design competition who were able to convince the jury with their innovative creations. As the exhibition “A Day by Design” has already been a great success in 2010, this year`s special exhibition themed “Another Day by Design” again presents the visitors prize-winning design according to their daily routine. More


Wednesday, 22 June 2011

"Inspiration and Insight": Interview with Ruifeng Dong - jury member "red dot award: design concept 2011"

The red dot award: design concept 2011 is in its final stage and will close soon on 10 July. In late July, the jury will be gathering together to discuss and debate the merits of each submitted design concept and award the very best of 2011. More


Friday, 17 June 2011

Concentrated expert knowledge - the jury of the "red dot award: communication design"

The latecomers´ phase of the “red dot award: communication design 2011” ends and for the last time designers, agencies and design offices have the chance to take part at this year`s competition and face an independent, international jury of experts with their creative works. More


Tuesday, 14 June 2011

The jury of the red dot award: communication design - as diverse as the entire competition

The countdown of the latecomers’ phase is on! Only until 17 June 2011 creative minds of communication design can register their works for the red dot award: communication design in up to three out of 24 categories. Whether posters, video games or company reports – an independent jury of internationally renowned experts appraises every work with a keen eye. More


Thursday, 9 June 2011

Inspired experts – the jury of the red dot award: communication design

The latecomers’ phase for the registration of posters, annual reports, video games, websites and further products of the communication industry for the red dot award: communication design 2011 is on. Only until 17 June 2011 designers, agencies or design offices have the chance to participate with their creative works. An independent, international jury of experts analyses every single work of the competition`s 24 different categories with expert knowledge and a good eye for outstanding design. More


Tuesday, 7 June 2011

A keen eye for good design – the jury of the red dot award: communication design

During the latecomers' phase designers, agencies or design offices still have the chance to register by 17 June and hand in their works for the renowned “red dot award: communication design 2011”, to face up to an independent, international jury of experts. The careful choice of top-class jurors, whose line-up varies year by year, guarantees a high degree of objectivity and trustiness for the competition. Being experts in the various fields of communication design, all jurors have specialised knowledge and make sure that all of the 24 different categories will be evaluated and discussed critically. More