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Hi, Community pals!


Do you have innovative ideas that would help address social challenges with the use of digital technologies? Here's your chance to make a difference and to be part of something wonderful when you enter the adobo Design Awards Asia 2016 for the Mobile App Design for Social Good category. This is open to both students and professionals alike. There's a PHP500 fee per entry for pros while students can enter for free.


As the purveyor of the Filipino digital lifestyle and thought leader in digital design, Globe Telecom is partnering with adobo Design Awards Asia in recognizing the best and the brightest talents in design for digital and interactive media.


Specifically, Globe is supporting the Mobile App Design for Social Good, which will recognize entries in the mobile application format that present creative solutions to social issues. In addition, Globe is also supporting sub-categories under Digital/Interactive category, which will recognize entries that are interactive interface, or motion designs used for digital problems.

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More entries from the Southeast Asia region are expected this year, which is expected to further enhance creative excellence in the Philippines and in the region.


This year's adobo Design Awards Asia will also be undertaken in partnering with D&AD, a British educational charity that promotes excellence in design and advertising. Originally launched in 2007, the competition covers over 20 categories and is open to all creative enthusiasts, professionals, freelancers and students. The competition has since grown to include international entries, raising the bar even higher to parallel global standards of creative excellence. Students and freelancers will get a chance to showcase their fresh ideas and be critiqued by established names from both advertising and design.


So what are you waiting for? Be sure to submit your entries on or before March 12, 2016. The awards night will be held on April 8, 2016 and celebrated along with adobo magazine's 10th anniversary. Visit for more info.


Source: Globe News Edited by: Community