2010 Awards Night
A minimum of four and a maximum of twelve A3 pages per submission are required. They must all be appropriate to the requirements of the design brief and judging criteria. Please note the special requirements of the Landscape Design Category.
- PDF ENTRIES -This year emailed PDF submissions (either scanned from paper originals or computer generated) will be the accepted format – This saves you costs in packing and postage and is a much quicker, more sustainable way of sending your submissions to us.
Codes & numbering
All sheets must be sequentially numbered and the number placed immediately under the YDA code number (sent to you after your entry is received). This needs to be done for each entry and then emailed to student. This is to be placed in the top right hand corner of each PDF page submitted.
Please note this requirement is very important to ensure no part of an entrant’s submission is misplaced.
Submissions should be presented so that the entrant’s design brief is the first page seen by the judges.
Drawing and illustration skills are an important component of the submission but computer aided presentation is actively encouraged in all sections. Students who do not use a computer will not be penalised. The only compulsory computer section is the Multi Media section of Communication Design.
All line work of final drawings must be in ink and well defined. Junior section entrants may use sharp graphite pencil. Elevations may be rendered if preferred. Any colour medium may be used for the final illustrations.
Photographs of the outcome are encouraged (and necessary for the Fashion Design Category and the Sculpture/Three-Dimensional Studies Section of the Visual Arts category), but should not replace any final illustrations.