[MDA2013]

2013 Melbourne Design Awards - Key Dates

25 August 2013 - Extended close date
2 September 2013 - Judging
19 September 2013 - Finalists announced
15 October 2013 - Rating Closes
23 October 2013 - Awards Night
Best of the best - Winners list

Product Design - Consumer

This award celebrates creative and innovative design for either a component or overall product. Consideration given to aspects that relate to human usage, aesthetics, selection of components and materials, and the resolution of assembly, manufacturing and the overall function.

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Nominations in Category

Classical Fingers - Cloudbreak Music & Charlwood Design

Product Design - Consumer


- Winner

Classical Fingers is the only learning tool that helps create a more efficient and smoother technique whilst playing the clarinet. By preventing the fingers of the player from lifting too high from the surface of the clarinet, Classical Fingers helps establish the correct muscle memory essential for playing the clarinet.

The Pigtail™ Closet Guitar Hanger - The Cap Hanger Co

Product Design - Consumer


Finalist

The Pigtail is a unique and new way of storing your guitar in your closet. Perfect for those in studio apartments, student accommodation, or as the distraction in your office. It offers a safe and secure way of storing your instrument so it is always just an arm's reach away.

Heatstrip Max - Thermofilm Australia

Product Design - Consumer


Finalist

HEATSTRIP® Max is an ultra-high heat, low-glow infrared heater range designed for indoor and outdoor use. Stylish in design, energy efficient operation and unique product features HEATSTRIP Max is ideal for residential and commercial installations. The product meets and exceeds a balance of economical, aesthetic and functionality criteria.

Ezy Squeeze® Ultra Bucket - E.D. Oates PTY LTD

Product Design - Consumer


Finalist

A bucket strives to change the traditional form of household cleaning through smart and ergonomic design to reduce contamination and conserve water, while improving the efficiency of logistical transportation.

Boombandit - Boombandit

Product Design - Consumer


Finalist

Design and manufacture a camera crane for smartphones and lightweight video cameras. The Boombandit allows videographers to get crane shots into their video production cheaply and easily. Made from telescopic aluminium legs and injection molded parts the Boombandit is based on a parallelogram, like traditional camera cranes, but it utilises the parallelogram like no other camera crane in that the vertical members are not locked in position, they are allowed to tilt, therefore allowing the camera to tilt up and down whilst the arms are being raised and lowered. No other camera crane does this.

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