D&AD Awards 2018 entry deadline Wed, Feb 14: Jureeporn Thaidumrong, Melvin Mangada + Theseus Chan to serve as Jury Presidents

Screen Shot 2017-12-13 at 9.01.18 am.jpgD&AD Awards 2018 are open for entries, giving you your next opportunity to win the industry's most prestigious prize. The deadline for entries is Wednesday, February 14, 2018.

Entering D&AD Awards isn't just about having your hard work recognised; it's also a chance to support your industry. As a not-for-profit, all our surpluses are invested back into the creative community through programmes like New Blood Shift, helping new talent prosper and campaigning for a fairer, more diverse, more sustainable industry.

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All the crucial information you need to plan your entries is available online now. See who will be judging your work and find out what's new for this year, including dedicated categories for Collaborative and Experiential, entry formats, eligibility criteria and answers to frequently asked questions.
 
Important dates:
Entry deadline: 14 February 2018
Judging: 21 - 23 April 2018
Black Pencil Judging: 24 April 2018
D&AD Festival: 24 - 26 April 2018
D&AD Awards Ceremony: 26 April 2018

D&AD Judges.jpgAsia has 3 jury Presidents this year - Jureeporn Thaidumrong, chief creative officer at GreyN J United, Thailand (Crafts for Advertising); Melvin Mangada chief creative officer TBWA Santiago Mangada Puno, Philippines (Press Advertising); and Theseus Chan designer at Work, Singapore (Crafts for Design).

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