Red Dot Award: Communication Design

Red Dot Award: Communication Design 2017 – Last chance for “Latecomer”

Designers, agencies and companies from all over the world only have until 9 June 2017 to submit their projects for the international advertised Red Dot Award: Communication Design in 18 categories. A 24-member jury will evaluate every single contribution individually and award the Red Dot seal exclusively to those who convince with good design quality and creativity.

Red Dot Award: Communication Design

Award-winning design and its makers: “New Baraka – Building a Home with 30,000 People”

Once a year, the jury of the Red Dot Award: Communication Design honours projects of high design quality. Among the works which received a Red Dot: Best of the Best, the jury awards the Red Dot: Grand Prix. In 2016, the top individual award was granted to “New Baraka – Building a Home with 30,000 People”, designed by denkwerk from Cologne, Germany.

Red Dot Award: Product Design 2017

The Red Dot jury has made its decision: These are the best products of the year

Manufacturers and designers from 54 countries entered their current product innovations in the Red Dot Award: Product Design 2017. 39 experts from all over the world convened in Essen to assess each individual object live and in situ in a process spanning several days.

Red Dot Award: Communication Design

With the sense of good communication design and creativity: the jury 2017 (part 3)

The heart of the Red Dot Award: Communication Design is the jury. With its expertise, it assesses thousands of submissions each year on the basis of established criteria. Some of these experts are repeatedly part of the jury. Among others Shu Chang Kung, Renne Angelvuo, Seung Hun Yoo and Jean Jacques Schaffner will select the winners of the Red Dot Award: Communication Design 2017.

Red Dot Award: Product Design

Award-winning design and its makers: the fire extinguisher “Saviore”

In February, 39 experts from all over the world convened in Essen to assess thousands of objects for the Red Dot Award: Product Design 2017 in a process spanning several days. Only designs that won over the jury with their high design quality were awarded the sought-after distinction “Red Dot”, and the best of them received the highest award “Red Dot: Best of the Best” – among them: the fire extinguisher “Saviore” by ZINIZ, designed by Pei-Lun Sung.

Red Dot Award: Communication Design 2017

Red Dot Award: Communication Design - Winners will be published in the Online Presentation

The registration phase of the Red Dot Award: Communication Design 2017 is currently underway. The award opens agencies, designers and companies the doors to a worldwide network of creative minds and design-oriented companies, and offers the winners exclusive opportunities to communicate their success. One of the “Winners' Benefits” is the presentation of the award-winning work online on the website of the Red Dot Design Award: Communication Design.


Mix of styles – communication designers draw on plentiful resources

Friday, 5 August 2005

The times of great style and trend waves seem to be finally over - not only in fashion, literature, and art, but also in communication design. This, however, does not mean that boredom and dreariness have taken over, but rather that the creative minds draw on plentiful resources.


adidas challenges world market leader Nike

Thursday, 4 August 2005

One year before the start of the World Cup Championship, adidas starts to challenge world market leader Nike. For 3.1 billion euros, the world's second largest sporting goods company will buy its US rival Reebok; now number three in the world.


Video about award ceremony and adidas now online!

Wednesday, 3 August 2005

On the occasion of the award ceremony of the “red dot award: product design” on 4 July, Deutsche Welle TV shot a video feature about the award ceremony and about adidas, the design team of the year 2005. The film is now available here for you to download in MPEG format.


‘Living Tomorrow’ – experiencable future

Monday, 1 August 2005

Looking into the future is an old dream of mankind. How will we live in the future? There is hardly anyone who has not asked themselves this question. Living and working in the future – this is exactly the vision the ‘Living Tomorrow’ project is dedicated to.


Printruns in the millions thanks to manga cult

Friday, 29 July 2005

For more than 50 years, manga have increasingly gained in popularity in Japan, which has obviously also had an economic effect. 60% of all manga produced worldwide come from Japan.