2015 Melbourne 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

25 August 2015 - Earlybird Deadline
7 September 2015 - Standard Deadline
28 September 2015 - Extended Deadline
29 September 2015 - Judging & Ratings
5 October 2015 - Rating closes
6 October 2015 - Winners announced
13 October 2015 - Awards Presentation

Melbourne Design Awards

Design: The Non-Rational Accelerator

🕒 22/08/2016

Design exists in the non-rational. It proposes according to who we are, what we want and what we need. Leading organisations realise this and embrace the non-rational.

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The Next Billion Dollars: Considering the Value of Design

🕒 22/08/2016

Classically design has been valued in terms of resource costs. This might make sense at a project level, it is less relevant in enterprise wide design. The transformation of design from the design department to the boardroom means different thinking, different concepts and different measures of value.

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Enterprise Wide Design: A Cultural Shift DRIVENxDESIGN

🕒 22/08/2016

A cultural shift is occurring around design. In leading organisations design has moved out of the department and into the boardroom and is driving strategy at the very top of the level of the organisation. This transformation is Enterprise Wide Design.

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Why is Health Care Design so Terrible?

🕒 15/08/2016

Health care consumers pay a lot of money for bad design. It's time for the device and drug companies to stop. Reports Joyce Lee MD, MPH, Robert P. Kelch MD Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Michigan Medical School, physician, designer, and researcher.

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Bates Smart to Refurbish Melbourne’s 1928 T&G Building

🕒 11/08/2016

Bates Smart’s design for the refurbishment of Melbourne’s 1928 T&G building at the “Paris end” of Collins Street has been revealed. Renovations of the National Trust-listed building include a new dual entrance, which will give occupiers the option of using the original entry on Collins Street or the newly pedestrianized laneway, Ramsden Place, which connects to Flinders Lane.

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