Campaign India Team
Jan 27, 2009

Entries open for One Show Design, Interactive till January 30th

Entries for the One Show Design and One Show Interactive are now open till January 30th.  Categories under which design entries can be submitted include Branding, Corporate Identity, Package Design, Product Design, Collateral Design, Environmental Design, Outdoor, Publication Design, Direct Mail, Broadcast Design and Public Service/Non Profit/Educational. Further details of each category can be checked out here. 

Entries open for One Show Design, Interactive till January 30th

Entries for the One Show Design and One Show Interactive are now open till January 30th.  Categories under which design entries can be submitted include Branding, Corporate Identity, Package Design, Product Design, Collateral Design, Environmental Design, Outdoor, Publication Design, Direct Mail, Broadcast Design and Public Service/Non Profit/Educational. Further details of each category can be checked out here
The One Show Interactive category will review work under categories such as Banners (Fixed space and Dynamic), Microsites, Websites, Brand Gaming, Branded Applications, Mobile Advertising, Email marketing, online branded content, New Media Innovation and development, other interactive digital media (such as kiosks, touch screens etc), integrated branding campaign, Self promotion and Public Service/Cultural Institutions/Educational. Further details of each category can be viewed here.

Details on The One Show festival can be viewed here.

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Campaign India

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