Red Dot Award: Product Design

Red Dot Award: Product Design 2018 – Fair adjudication of the products live and on site

Manufacturers and designers can enter their best products at the regular rate up until 16 January 2018. “Latecomers” still have until 9 February to register. In March 2018, the jury members will convene for an adjudication process spanning several days in order to test and assess the products.

Red Dot Award: Product Design

The Red Dot jury has been selected: Thomas Lockwood will enrich the expert panel once again

The registration phase of the Red Dot Award: Product Design 2018 is in full swing and the Red Dot jury, the heart of the competition, has already been selected. Thomas Lockwood, a thought leader at integrating design and innovation practice into business, will once again be part of the expert panel.

Red Dot Award: Product Design

From the Red Dot Judging Hall to the slope: Red Dot awarded winter sports products

Skis, winter jackets and action cameras: in the Red Dot Award: Product Design 2018, lots of products were awarded that perfectly fit the cold time of the year. In a process spanning several days, 40 well-known experts discussed, tested and evaluated original entries individually and without a preselection.

Red Dot Design Museum

“Homo Ex Data” in Hong Kong: Red Dot Design Museum presents exhibition on design in the era of Big Data

What role will design play in a world in which living circumstances are determined by the generation and transfer of data? The exhibition “Homo Ex Data – The Natural of the Artificial”. 

Red Dot Award: Communication Design

Making the invisible visible – Red Dot: Junior Prize for Sarah Müller

On 27 October, the winners of the Red Dot Award: Communication Design were celebrated.Sarah Müller from the School of Design Ravensburg now holds the Red Dot: Junior Prize. She convinced the jury with her book “See Acoustics – Rhapsody in Blue”.

Red Dot Award: Communication Design

1,200 pages of inspiration: International Yearbook Communication Design 2017/2018 was published

On 14 November 2017, the International Yearbook Communication Design 2017/2018 was published in the Red Dot Edition. All works which readers can discover in the latest Red Dot yearbook were granted a prize by an international jury in the Red Dot Award: Communication Design 2017.


Museum with a view: Red Dot Design Museum Singapore is now located at the Marina Bay Waterfront

Thursday, 16 November 2017

In 2005, the Red Dot Design Museum in Singapore was established at the Maxwell Road. On 19 October 2017, the Museum opened its doors at the present location at the Marina Bay. After some transformations, the iconic edifice now includes several galleries and showcases an exhibition of over 345 futuristic concepts awarded in the Red Dot Award: Design Concept.


Making the invisible visible – Red Dot: Junior Prize for Sarah Müller

Monday, 13 November 2017

On 27 October, the winners of the Red Dot Award: Communication Design were celebrated. Sarah Müller from the School of Design Ravensburg received the Red Dot: Junior Prize. She convinced the jury with her book “See Acoustics – Rhapsody in Blue”.


“Motorhomes and Caravans” – new category in the Red Dot Award: Product Design

Wednesday, 8 November 2017

The caravan sector is booming: More and more holidaymakers want to travel the world without forgoing the luxury of their own four walls. This is why designers and manufacturers now have the possibility to hand in their vehicles to the Red Dot Award: Product Design 2018 in the independent category “Motorhomes and Caravans” for the first time.


“Homo Ex Data” in Hong Kong: Red Dot Design Museum presents exhibition on design in the era of Big Data

Tuesday, 7 November 2017

In the digitalised world, the bringing together of human factors and digital technology not only results in new products but also in a new type of human – Homo ex Data. But what role will design play in a world in which living circumstances are determined by the generation and transfer of data? The exhibition “Homo Ex Data – The Natural of the Artificial”