The Sharp Project has launched a competition giving designers the chance to win a cash prize.
The competition, which is open to all those in, or interested in, the digital sector offers creatives the opportunity to design a digital greetings card for the Festive season.
Rose Marley, Manager at The Sharp Project commented 'We thought this would be a great opportunity to offer companies and individuals the opportunity to work to a brief. It's often hard for interns or junior members of staff to take full creative control on a client brief but it's such a good experience and process to go through. It fits with the aims of SharpFutures to generate briefs which can be used to take a risk and show off emerging talent. '
The winner will receive a £500 cash prize and the first 50 entrants (+ the winning design) will be offered a year's free basic membership to The Sharp Project's Campus when it fully opens in the New Year.
The competition closes on 22nd November and will be judged by Sue Woodward, Project Director for The Sharp Project; Ben Waterhouse, Publishing Director for How Do and Alistair Weir from PRP Architects.
For competition entry details including a brief, terms and conditions and a digital tool kit containing brand guidelines, logos and images visit http://www.thesharpproject.co.uk/xmas
The Sharp Project Christmas Card will be sent out from The Sharp Project in December to the entire database enabling the winning designer's work to reach hundreds of new regional, national and international contacts and potential future clients in the industry.