Philadelphia Design Awards

Philadelphia is brimming with remarkably talented designers and artists that would rival those in any city in the world. In an effort to engage and strengthen the regional design community, AIGA Philadelphia invites all designers to submit their work to our biennial Philadelphia Design Awards competition, affectionately nicknamed PDA.

The Philadelphia Design Awards celebrate the best design created in the Philadelphia area over the past two years. We feature work from creative teams of all types and sizes in the tri-state area, giving designers the opportunity to present their work to a prestigious panel of internationally recognized judges—as well as have selected pieces displayed online, in print and in an exhibition.


2016 Philadelphia Design Awards 

2016 JUDGES

  • Steve Frykholm
  • Su Matthews Hale
  • Cheryl Heller
  • Lana Rigsby
  • Brian Singer

2016 Winners:
20nine
21xdesign
Allemann Almquist & Jones
Bluecadet
Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia
Colette Gaiter
David P.L. Jones
DiSanto Design
Donald Swain
Eileen Cubbage
ex;it
The Franklin Institute
GABYHEIT
GD Loft
Gigi McGee
Go Welsh
Gold Collective
Headcase Design
Holohan Design
Infantree
Ink and Mortar
J2 Design
Kathy Mueller
Kimberly Glyder
La Colombe
Limepickle
Mark Willie
Matt Hunsberger
Michael Norcross
Modern Good
Monna Morton
Perfect Communications
Philadelphia University
Philadelphia Zoo
Princeton Univeristy Press
Rachele Riley
Saint-Gobain
SEI
SK Designworks
Steve DeCusatis Design
Warkulwiz Design Associates
WFGD Studio
SwivelStudios
Untuck


2012 Philadelphia Design Awards 

Philadelphia Design Awards

2012 JUDGES

  • Patrick Coyne
  • Mig Reyes
  • Debbie Millman
  • Karl Maier

2010 Philadelphia Design Awards 


2008 Philadelphia Design Awards 

Presented by Adobe

In an effort to engage and strengthen the regional design community, AIGA Philadelphia called all designers to “show some love” and submit their work to Philadelphia Design Awards presented by Adobe and affectionately nicknamed PDA.

We were very excited to see work from creative agencies of all sizes in the tri-state area, giving artists the opportunity to present their work to a prestigious panel of internationally recognized judges. The judging, was conducted by Sean Adams of Adams/Morioka, Rick Landesberg of Landesberg Design, Alice Twemlow of New York’s School of Visual Arts, Alice Chung of Omnivore and Scott Stowell of Open Design Studio.

Congratulations to the 2008 Winners were formally recognized on Friday, May 1, 2009 at the opening reception of the PDA exhibit on First Friday, running May 1 – 30, 2009 at AXD (Always by Design) Gallery in Philadelphia’s Old City.

Winners:
Able
Acme Design Group
Alana McCann
Allemann Almquist & Jones
Anna Ishii
Anthropologie
Baseman Design Associates
Bliss & White
Brown Partners
Caspari McCormick
David Comberg Design
Design for Social Impact
Designlore
EMdash Design
gdloft
Go Welsh
Headcase Design
Holohan Design
Johnston Duffy
Kimberly Glyder Design
Kradel Design
Mad Maude Press
Mitzie Testani
Mutt Ink
Paragraph
Polite Design
Quirk Books/ Doogie Horner
Ron Cala
Sagmeister
Scorsone/Drueding
SK Designworks
Somewhat Awesome Design
Tommorrow
Untuck Design Studio

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