Young Mobile Phone Designer of the Year Award 2015 coming soon!
Daniel Lau Announced as Winner!
After months of hard work from all of our entrants, our expert panel of judges have selected the first ever Young Mobile Phone Designer of the Year, Daniel Lau from Nottingham Trent University.
Daniel's concept, Sero, wowed the judges with its attention to detail and fulfilment of the brief.
To see why he won, take a look at Daniel's designs here.
The Runners Up!
This year's competition was fierce, so choosing two runners up to win a £500 prize was no easy task for our judges.
That said, Elizabeth Dodd from the University of Northampton came in in second place, followed closely behind by Joel Mann from De Montfort University.
We were also pleased to announce that two of this year's finalists' designs were highly commended by our judges. So here's a huge well done to Michael Jones and Efstratios Aligizakis!
Take a look at the designs of all the runners up.
The Young Mobile Phone Designer of the Year Award was created to support and highlight the outstanding talent that Britain's design students have to offer.
The Award represents our commitment to celebrate the ever-evolving nature of technology; we want to encourage and inspire young people to get involved in shaping the future of technology, communications and design.
All entrants had to answer the following question:
The winner of the Young Mobile Phone Designer of the Year Award will receive a £1000 cash prize at a prestigious Awards ceremony held in London.
Two runners up will be selected by our panel and will also each receive a £500 cash prize.
The designs of our 5 finalists will also have their work showcased on Mobilephones.com for the duration of the Award.
Who can enter?
The Award is open to all university and college students within the UK, regardless of age or ability.
The award is being offered as both an academic module to be incorporated into a degree programme, or as a voluntary extracurricular activity.