goodgood named winner of PRINT Magazine's Regional Design Annual Awards
Print Magazine’s Regional Design Annual spotlights the best and boldest American design.
[Cincinnati] – A Media Archaeology of Boston, a project designed by goodgood design for the Harvard Graduate School of Design and Documentary Educational Resources, was chosen as one of the 350 best designs in the U.S. in the 2014 Regional Design Annual.
The RDA, the most respected design annual in the industry, is essential reading for every graphic designer and art director. It serves as a stunning catalogue of the most innovative work being done coast to coast in the United States across six regions: the South, Southwest, Midwest, East, Far West and New York City.
The six regional judges evaluated nearly 4,000 entries and selected winning projects that demonstrated an ideal mix of design, communication concepts, strategy and execution. Designers and creative teams representing individuals, small firms and major corporations andorganizations were among the entrants. Submissions were judged by an expert panel featuring AIGA medalist Michael Vanderbyl, WIRED design director Caleb Bennett, Duffy & Partners design director Joseph Duffy, AIGA medalist Alexander Isley, AIGA medalist Jessica Helfand, and Sterling Brands design division president Debbie Millman.
All winning entries are featured in the December 2014 issue of Print magazine, available at MyDesignShop.com and on newsstands.
Founded in 1940, Print seeks to build a dialogue about design by detailing the intersections of art and culture. The experts who write for Print cover the why of design—why the world of design looks the way it does, how it has evolved, and why the way it looks matters. Print has won five National Magazine Awards—the industry’s highest honor.