Friday, 9 February 2007

Juror portrait: Professor Rido Busse

Juror portrait: Professor Rido Busse “We have always seen design as a weapon in competition,” Professor Rido Busse once declared in an interview. And he knows what he is talking about: he learned the designer’s profession from scratch and has owned an extremely successful design company for over four decades. This year he will co-decide as juror on the jury of experts of the red dot award: product design which of the products submitted stand out from the competition through their high design quality and merit being honoured with the red dot. More »

Tuesday, 6 February 2007

New red dot project: interzum award 2007

For the fourth time, Koelnmesse, in cooperation with red dot, announces the interzum award: intelligent material & design. This design competition was specially developed for the supplier industry and is already well established amongst the exhibitors at "interzum“. More »

Tuesday, 6 February 2007

Industrial designer/graphic designer wanted!

CBD is one of the most visible and respected design companies working from their offices in Copenhagen, Denmark; Beijing and Huangzhou in China, as well as in Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam. The company is staffed with a young, competent and multicultural crew. Now, CBD China is looking for experienced and highly creative, motivated industrial and graphic designers, who would like to join the Chinese office in Beijing. More »

Tuesday, 30 January 2007

Motorola and the Cologne International School of Design present concepts for the mobile society of the future

Designs for a future generation of mobile telephones were on show at the year-end in Cologne by students of the Cologne International School of Design headed by Prof. Günter Horntrich and Andreas Wrede. The concept designs for the future of mobile communication are aimed essentially at opportunities for individualising  Motorola mobile telephones and displaying new opportunities in mobile design and conceivable additional uses for private purposes. More »

Monday, 29 January 2007

Taiwan Design, Global Honor

The red dot design award is also becoming more and more influential as an achievement barometer in Asia where it has gained the highest reputation. Taiwan is a perfect example of this development: in the red dot design award 2006 submissions from Taiwan rose by almost 50 percent in comparison to the previous year. As initiator of the red dot design award, Professor Dr. Peter Zec had therefore been invited to Taiwan at the end of the year to take part on stage as a guest in a very special design event. More »