When you submit your project to the world’s premier digital media competition for public sector professionals, you’ll receive benefits designed to showcase your potential, reward your hard work, and inspire your potential.
A panel of qualified industry expert judges will evaluate and score all eligible entries and select one (1) winner and finalists for each category.
In the four (4) different judging criteria, you get up to 100 points in total:
Visual Communication category is for photographs, graphic design, data visualization or video for the purposes of conveying an idea, teaching employees or constituents, or explanation of data or science.
Appropriate entries in the Interactive Design Segment are created for a government or public service entity, and are designed to be viewed through a browser on a computer, tablet, mobile device or interactive kiosk often, for the purpose of promoting or fulfilling the functions and services of public sector entities.
Multichannel campaign category refers to a related set of assets targeting audiences (employee, constituents, customers, citizens) via multiple channels (social, online, offline, print, in person signage, videos, events, etc.) and meant to accomplish agency/department goals. Discrete assets or components of a multichannel campaign can be submitted for Interactive Design or Visual Communication review, and can comprise up to four (4) unique new entries. Ex. The brochure for a park exhibit maybe entered in the graphic and print design category (with one lead entrant), but the brochure, signage, web presence and social elements would be entered as a multichannel campaign. Multichannel campaign entries must include a minimum of three (3) types of creative examples and a maximum of 10 examples.
Participants must be over 18 years old and projects must be for a government, quasi-government or public service organization. For a full list of eligibility requirements refer to the official rules.
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