2007 Adobe Design Achievement Awards
June 11, 2007, 11:29 pm
Filed under: Art, Design, Graphic Design, Informal, Life, Personal Work, Photography, Technology, Work

adobe package1

adobe package 2

adobe (guys image)adobe (girls image)

adobe (bus stop image)adobe (library image)

guys postergirls poster

honors show poster 1honors show poster 2honors show poster 3

So the deciding moment has arrived and it appears I did no better than a semi-finalist status for the 2007 Adobe Design Achievement Awards, which still is a great accomplishment in itself. I was however hoping for bigger things, since I felt my design campaign for, Gender Diversity at the Rochester Institute of Technology, deserved it. The experience was great however, so congrats to all the finalists and honorable mention winners…and Adobe, you’d better be prepared for me next year. For now you can check the list of semi-finalists on the Achievement Awards page until Adobe posts the winners and honorable mentionalist on their website in early August. Included above are thumbnails of the work submitted to Adobe as well as photographs of the package I sent in for the semi-finalist round that turned out pretty nice. Take a look see.


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so awwwessssomeeee!

Comment by caitlin

haha….yeah I didn’t make it to the finalist round either :*(
your little package does look impressive though. I was feeling pretty confident about mine w/ it’s custom screen printed package; all i can say is that the winners better have unloaded their packages off a flatbed or something… (jk)
but good luck with your last year.

Comment by Kristen Bell

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