What a great way to end the year! The Power-Pole Shallow Water Anchor Product Upgrades Brochure recently won a 2017 GDUSA American Graphic Design Award from GDUSA Magazine. We are extremely humbled and excited to receive this award from GDUSA Magazine. From more than 10,000 entries worldwide, Power-Pole’s new brochure was selected as a winner. It’s such a nice treat when a client’s vision comes to life and it receives an amazing recognition like the GDUSA American Graphic Design Award.

 

 

Other winners in the 2017 American Graphic Design Awards were Domino’s Pizza, Mattel and Pepsi!

We feel honored to be in great company of the other winners of the 2017 GD USA Magazine American Graphic Design Awards. This year’s entries (the cream of the crop) drew more than 10,000 entries. The entries in two dozen categories from all states and several nations, leading to a showcase of 800 projects reflecting how broadly good design casts its net. Winning projects run the gamet from print and packaging to internet and video, from fantastical assignments to bread-and-butter endeavors, from Fortune 500 companies to non-profits, from government agencies to associations, from small design studios to giant ad agencies. Represented are established creative leaders as well as many more striving to grow, learn and find their place in the sun. The winners are among the best and brightest of the creative community. Just as important, much of the work suggests a hopeful message: value endures and values triumph.
A little about the award: For more than 5 decades, Graphic Design USA has sponsored design competitions that spotlight areas of excellence and opportunity for creative professionals. The American Graphic Design Awards™ has expanded into a highly-anticipated annual showcase of the power of design to enhance online communications, with growing emphasis on web design, interactive design and UX design. Entries rose to 10,000 entries — with highly selective top 15 percent recognized as a winner.

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