Commitment to Design for Higher Ed Wins Project6 Design Two Silver Medals
P6 is honored with two awards for work in education and one award for the redesign of project6.com.
For this competitive season, Project6 Design walks away with three silver awards in the MUSE Awards competition. The first win was for the redesign and development of the Flathead Valley Community College in Montana. The second was a website redesign for a prominent university based in San Francisco. These latest awards highlights their commitment to design for higher education.
—Allison Linville, Executive Director, Communications And Marketing, Flathead Valley Community College
The final win was for their own website update, recently rebuilt and refreshed. The MUSE Awards is a series of competitions hosted by the International Awards Associate (IAA), an organization that has continuously strived to honor creatives and designers for their excellence, regardless of their background or experience in the field.
“The IAA team was caught off-guard by the works submitted for the second season of 2022’s MUSE Awards. These entries were truly astounding, and they certainly bring the level of competition up a notch,” Thomas Brandt, spokesperson of IAA, noted. “It’s amazing as always to witness great works lined up in the competition. The team is absolutely in awe of the level of creativity and ingenuity that is in the industry.”
By inviting industry professionals to serve as the competition’s jury, IAA upheld their standards of impartiality and enforced industry standards as their assessment criteria. The jurors’ mission was to identify excellence and burgeoning talent amidst the myriad of entries submitted, which would serve as new benchmarks in their respective industries.
Each entry was judged using category-relevant industry standards. Blind judging was also employed to enforce impartiality. Under this approach, entries were evaluated on their own without comparison to others. These measures were in place as IAA believes that all works that gain recognition should do so based on their own merits.
“It’s a relief to see things get better after two grueling years of uncertainty, especially now that things are visibly improving,” Thomas noted. “The creative and design industries are certainly blessed with devoted practitioners. We are proud to be a platform for these individuals to showcase their talents and works. We can’t wait to see what else they will be bringing to the table in the future.”