After a tough round of deliberation from our judges, roll out the red carpet, because we've chosen our winners; a round of applause to all that participated and congratulations to our final three. We are so happy to have been able to offer design students nationwide an opportunity to show their skills, exercise their creativity, and share their voice about the importance of voting. Thanks to all and we wish you the best! Now about that internship, James Brown, we look forward to meeting you soon.
ONE>ZERO James Brown
The College of St. Rose
When designing "ONE>ZERO," my primary goal was to convey the importance that a single vote has, in not only the freedom to make a choice, but also, the ability to affect the outcome, and the ultimate importance that voting plays over the long run. I chose the patriotic color scheme of red, white and blue with a direct typographic concept to give visual voice to this importance.
Don't Be Invisible Daisy Joseph Gharfine
American University of Science and Technology (A.U.S.T) Lebanon
Don’t be invisible , vote and be visible. Voting is a privilege, do it.
The Power is in Your Hands Jenny Tillyer
Edinburgh College of Art
I wanted my poster to be clear, simple with a twist of humour. I thought using the photographed hand with little finger faces would be a effective way to make you stop, look and smile!
Design and Submissions
February 1 - April 16, 2012
- Round 1
Vote for Semi-finalists on Facebook
April 23 - May 7, 2012
- Round 2
Finalists Announced by Jacob Tyler
May 8, 2012
- Round 3
Winners Announced by Judges
May 21, 2012
Vote by Design is an international student design competition created by Jacob Tyler with a goal to encourage young people to share their voice and vote through engaging design.