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Adobe Announces 2013 Finalists for Adobe Design Achievement Awards

LogoAdobe is thrilled to announce the 2013 Adobe Design Achievement Awards (ADAA) finalists and honorable mention recipients! Talented students from around the world submitted their work into the contest. Panelists and official judges, representing ten different countries, contributed their unique and cultural perspectives when selecting the most innovative student designs. 

ADAA13Judges_BlogThe ADAA global contest continues to receive thousands of quality submissions every year, maintaining its reputation for recognizing the best work of student design. This year, the ADAA received 3,752 submissions from 55 countries. The work was judged on design creativity and the students’ ability to apply Adobe products during the execution of their piece.

The judging panel selected 1,100 semifinalists and then 30 finalists and 22 honorable mention recipients were chosen in the final round. These young talents came from Belgium, Canada, China, France, Germany, Great Britain, Israel, Japan, Korea, Poland, Thailand, Taiwan and the United States.

The eleven category winners and three media segment Grand Prize winners will be announced on November 20, 2013, at the Adobe Design Achievement Awards ceremony in New York City, in conjunction with the Adobe Create Now World Tour. Winners will receive a 1-year membership to Adobe Creative Cloud, a cash award, and travel to New York.

Adobe congratulates the 2013 finalists and encourages you to join us in celebrating the next generation designers by posting comments to the Online ADAA Gallery. You can follow their journey through the ADAA Facebook and Twitter channels, #ADAA13. Additionally, check out the sneak-peek video of the honored work!

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