After creating and confirming your account, sign in and click on the Awards. Here, you can create a new entry, work on a previous draft or view completed and paid entries.
The following elements of your entry are required for submission, so your entry won't be complete without them:
After you fill in your Project Title, the Designer Name, the Client Name and you upload a Thumbnail Image, write a brief summary about your project. This should give the jury a brief overview of what your entry is and is limited to 500 words or less. You will have an opportunity to write in greater detail about your work in the “Project Details” section.
You must upload at least 1 image to the Project Images section.
All images must be JPEG, GIF or PNG format.
The maximum image dimension is 3000 pixels tall or wide (whichever measurement is greater).
The maximum individual file size is 15MB. No Zip, Stuffit or compressed files.
Your Project Details section should describe your intent as you approached your project in 1500 words or less. What is your point of view? The juries would love to know about this, as well as the process that informed your project. When describing your process, think about research, ethnography, subject matter experts, materials exploration, technology, iteration, testing and anything else that went into the project. It also helps to describe the stakeholder interests your project considers, such as audience, businesses, organizations, labor, manufacturing and distribution.
The following elements of your entry are optional for submission, so you can submit your entry without them:
You may upload one supporting document about your project. File must be PDF format with max file size of 15MB with a maximum of 30 pages.
Keep your video at or under 2-minutes-30-seconds. All videos must be in mp4 format. The maximum file size for video is 200MB. See our Video Making Tips in the Resources section to learn more, gets tips for making your video and see a variety of successful examples and approaches.
Ensure that your file is one of our listed compatible file types. Double check the size; if it’s too large, it won’t upload!
Please note that if you are selected for an honor in the 2024 Core77 Design Awards, all project assets will be posted for viewing on our website. Do not include anything in your entry you do not wish the general public to view.