You may enter Graphic Design projects in the following Categories:
Identity development of a company, person, or product. A defined logo and other complementary graphic elements/materials/collateral reflect the look and feel of that brand.
An infographic is an effective design used to display information, tell a story, or visualize data and other information in a static format. It takes a clever combination of words and visuals or graphics to tell a story quickly, concisely, and in a visually interesting way.
These are original digital drawings that have been drawn and creatively manipulated through the use of pixel-based applications such as Adobe Photoshop, Procreate, etc.
Any commercial application that uses a design specifically for printing. Examples of this include poster designs, apparel designs, packaging designs, etc.
Typography is the art of arranging letters and text in a way that is visually appealing. It involves fonts and lettering styles and conveys emotions or specific messages.
Vector artwork is original artwork made up of vector graphics (lines, shapes, etc.) and can be manipulated and scaled to any degree without loss of quality or clarity.
Your project should be saved and submitted as a .pdf and displayed on one artboard or page (no multi-page pdfs). Your artboard may be as large as you need to fit materials – however, keep in mind file size. Your file size should not exceed 1gb. The judges can scroll to see the full artboard. However, materials should be laid out in such a way that things are visible and readable for the judge.
***Categories may be deleted or combined with other categories, dependent on the number of entries. Sponsors will be contacted in such situations***
Entry Deadline is
April 15th, 2023
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Olathe Northwest High School
21300 College Blvd, Olathe, KS 66061
March 5, 2023