The AGDA Design Awards recognise the best work in Australia across a wide range of disciplines each year. The Emerging Designer of the Year Award, which was introduced in 2019, recognises young designers who have already started to make their mark on the industry.
This webinar is your chance to hear from three of last year’s finalists as they take you through some of their projects entered in the Student Awards and their submission for Emerging Designer.
Be inspired by those before you, and maybe you could be AGDA’s next Emerging Designer of the Year.
Tuesday, 1 September
6pm - Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra, Hobart
5.30pm - Adelaide, Darwin
4pm - Perth
8pm - New Zealand
Register now to receive the Zoom webinar link
Stop Press: Entries are free for all students in 2020.
Reminder: Emerging Designer submissions close Friday 4th September.
Nicola Ferry is a Sydney based brand designer currently working at Landor. Nicola has worked on projects such as Hearing Australia, Event Cinemas and QT Hotels, and is passionate about creating brands that are thoughtful, purposeful and human.
Zoe Crocker is an illustrator and motion designer. She graduated from UTS with a bachelor in Design and Visual Communication in 2017 and shortly after won a student AGDA distinction for her Bloomsbury book trailer animation. Zoe deferred the final year of her second degree (B.Creative Intelligence and Innovation) to take the offer of a full time role as a motion designer and illustrator at esteemed motion studio Never Sit Still.
After joining the industry full time in 2018, Zoe has been invited by Adobe to take part in their APAC Livestream series, featuring in episode 4, has represented Never Sit Still to lecture at UTS, and was a finalist for the AGDA Emerging Designer of the Year 2019.
Joseph is a brand designer, art director & type designer, based in Fremantle, W.A. He is currently a creative at Block Branding and was recently shortlisted for AGDA’s ‘Emerging Designer of the Year’ Award for 2019. He also enjoys illustration, motion design and backyard cricket. He wrote this bio in the third person, and I’m still in two minds about it.