2015 London Design Awards

spaces, objects, visual, graphic, digital & experience design
design champion, best studio, best start-up & best supplier
plus over 40 specialist categories

accelerate transformation, celebrate courage
growing demand for design


Key Dates

20 October 2015 - Earlybird Deadline
3 November 2015 - Standard Deadline
17 November 2015 - Extended Deadline
18 November 2015 - Judging & Ratings
24 November 2015 - Rating Closes
25 November 2015 - Winners Announced
10 December 2015 - Awards Presentation

Graphic Design - Publication

This award celebrates creative and innovative design in the traditional or digital visual representation of ideas and messages. Consideration given to clarity of communication and the matching of information style to audience.

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Nominations in Category

Walk the Tube Map - Transport for London - Transport for London

Graphic Design - Publication

- Gold

Transport for London has released the first official map showing the walking times between central London's Tube stations. The comprehensive plan highlights the time it takes to travel on foot between almost all of the stations on London’s Underground network. Travelliing in the Tube, it's hard to gauge how far you actually travel and whether you are better off walking. This alternate map will tell you just that. Some journeys, such as the one between King’s Cross to Highbury and Islington, take upwards of half an hour on foot. But others, including Mansion House to Cannon Street and Leicester Square to Covent Garden, can be completed by walking for less than five minutes. The map is the first official one of its kind and was released following the popularity of other unofficial versions.


Graphic Design - Publication

- Silver

Marks and Spencer wanted to create a learning and development prospectus that detailed their total learning offer to their employees in one, easy to access place. We wrote compelling content that spoke to employees in their language, developing technical jargon into easy-to-understand benefits and key features, and matched that with a premium design that worked seamlessly with the brand’s new learning and development model. We used our long-standing relationship with M&S to collaborate and produce a 50-page printed handbook with soft-touch laminate cover given to 300 managers across HR and the business, followed up with an e-version (PDF) that was hosted on their internal portal.


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