YD & red dot award: design concept Partner Up!

red dot design award is a very prestigious design competition and a great resource base for conceptual design. Winning the competition catapults you to instant fame and recognition amongst your peers and the design community. red dot usually has certain benchmarks for submission and registration is one of them. We are now at the regular registration phase and here is an opportunity for you to get a complete fee waiver for pre-judging entries only. We will give you all the details on the 7th of April 2011, between 8:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. PST on how to enter this competition. For now all you need to do is decide on which category you want to enter. No immediate design submissions required. Just look out for the Free Registration window that will open up on the April 7th.

13 Comments

  • BURBEARY says:

    Wheather needs to register a new ID on Reddot, or links the Reddot Registration Window @ Yanko's immediately~!~THX

    • RadhikaYD says:

      Hi, On the 7th of April 8:00 am PST to 9:00 am PST there will be a special post with the YD + red dot registration window. So on that day you need to sing up via that particular window to avail the Free Registration offer. You do not have to register via the current red dot window or form to avail that free offer.

  • Alexey says:

    at which time a window into how much it will be Moscow Time (Russia)?

    • RadhikaYD says:

      I think there is a 12 hour time difference so it should be evening 8 – 9:00 pm for you, but please reconfirm it once again.

  • yogesh says:

    its 13.30 hr difference in india

    • RadhikaYD says:

      Hi Yogesh, I think you are wrong, for India its a 12:30 hour difference. …so it will be 8:30 PM to 9:30 pm IST,

      Nevertheless I recommend that you stay tuned in at around 8:00 pm IST onwards.

  • Martin says:

    Can I still register a company, or himself, the red dot design 2011th?

  • nadnidnoed says:

    Is there any chance to get another free waiver for next round for example: final judging?

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