Jurors red dot award: communication design 2010
“I think the Flash trend in the online communication is over. Now everyone seems to go for a clean and minimal look, and efficiency and an easy navigation are the most important features for a website.”
Kelley Cheng, born in 1972, studied art and architecture at the National University of Singapore where she graduated with honours, and she also published the award-winning design magazine “iSh”. In 2001, she was recruited by the Page One Group, where under her leadership hundreds of art, design, and architecture books were published worldwide, some of which have become bestsellers. As editor and creative director she has received many international awards, and currently runs her own publishing and consulting agency The Press Room as well as two F&B outlets. For two years now she is also editor-in-chief of the well-established magazine “Singapore Architect”. Kelley Cheng is active in the advisory committees of various design institutions and international jury panels. She is also active as exhibition curator and has been voted one of the 50 Most Inspirational Women 2010 in Singapore.