This is the inaugural year for GDUSA’s new student awards. The magazine received 500 entries and picked 50 winners.
From GDUSA: “Schools and students have long been, and continue to be, valued and integral participants in each of these. But in 2017, we have added a dedicated awards contest for students because the truth is that students and educators have increasing influence on the changing shape of communications, media and culture. The idea clearly resonated: the GDUSA Student Design Awards™ has immediately become one of our most popular — and is already our most selective — competition.”
Luke Dorman’s submission is a poster called “Personal Creativity Map”
Chad Miller’s submission is a corporate identity program and website for apparel brand Drive Int’l.
Congratulations to our students for their incredible work and well earned honor!