We hear from four of our judges as well as our trophy designer (Dinosaur Designs) about why the INDE.Awards carry so much value in APAC.
22 November, 2017
The Asia Pacific region is coming of age, and that’s exactly what the INDE.Awards recognise and honour.
We speak to four of our INDE.Awards 2017 judges – Stephen Burks (Designer, Stephen Burks Man Made), Paul McGillick (Writer and Editor), Sue Carr (Founder, Carr Design Group) and Adele Winteridge (Founder, Foolscap Studio) – and hear their thoughts on what makes the INDE.Awards such a value component of the APAC A&D scene.
We also hear some special insights from Stephen Ormandy, Co-Founder, Dinosaur Designs (our trophy designer), about the thinking that went into the design of a trophy to represent regional excellence.
Congratulations to all our winners in the inaugural INDE.Awards 2017!
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