Young Mobile Phone Designer of the Year Award 2014
By Steve Morris, 23 Jan 2014
Could you design the mobile phone of the future? Would you like to win £1000 cash?
The Young Mobile Phone Designer of the Year Award is open to all university students enrolled on a design-related course within the UK.
The winner of the Award will receive a £1000 cash prize for both themselves and for their university at a prestigious Awards ceremony held in London. Two runners-up will also each receive a £500 cash prize and the designs of the 12 finalists will also have their work showcased for the duration of the Award.
A new award
The Young Mobile Phone Designer of the Year Award has been created by Mobilephones.com and aims to promote the creative talents of the UK's future designers. It is intended to encourage and inspire young people to get involved in shaping the future of technology, communications and design and to highlight the outstanding talent that Britain's design students have to offer.
Students from over 50 universities have been invited to submit their ideas, with a number of universities incorporating the brief into its academic course for the year 2013/2014.
Founder of Mobilephones.com, David Abrahamovitch, says, "This really is a once in a lifetime opportunity to give product design students the chance to build a platform for a future career in the industry."
All entries must be received by Wednesday 30th April 2014, after which 12 finalists will be invited to an official awards ceremony to be held in London in June where the winner will be announced.
This ceremony will also provide all participating universities with the opportunity to showcase their students’ work, giving both students and universities a platform from which to demonstrate their creative talents.
To enter, or to find out more about the Award, visit http://www.mobilephones.com/award.
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