Apple wins two coveted D&AD design awards

“The D&AD Global Awards, billed as the creative industry’s ‘Oscars’, are held annually, and seek to reward the very best in design across print, motion, and online. The Awards are judged by some of the world’s leading creative practitioners, say organizers,” Digit reports. “The 44th Annual D&AD Awards also saw 54 Yellow Pencils awarded to work that sets new benchmarks in creative excellence.”

Apple picked up two Yellow Pencil Awards in Product Design for its 5G iPod and iPod Nano.

Last year, Apple took home Silver Awards for both the 4G iPod and iPod mini in the ‘Products for the Home’ category (Yellow Pencil) and a Silver Award (Yellow Pencil) for the Cinema Display in the ‘Product for Work and Industry’ category.

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  1. Saw the article title and thought it said ” Apple wins two coveted D&D design awards”. My brain spent a moment imagining a dragon and elf festooned Macbook special edition, before the actual title sank in…

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