The inexact science of D&AD judging, now available to view

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  • April 12, 2011
  • StopPress Team
The inexact science of D&AD judging, now available to view

Having ticked the call for entries box by means of a multi-lingual presidential address, English-based D&AD has taken another unique measure to draw attention to its awards, this time by updating its website over the course of judging week (which began yesterday) with how it’s all going.

Say the folks at D&AD:

We'll be exposing the decision making process even more - every day we will release an initial shortlist of entries considered for In Book and above. Once the judges have finished the rigorous judging process you'll be able to see what actually made it through.

Judging isn't an exact science so we can't tell you what time to visit www.dandad.org. But all day, every day, from 11 to 14 April there will be discussion, debate, news and highlights so keep dropping in to stay on top of it all.


When the sneak-peak staggering of information is all done, the complete list of results will be announced this Friday 15 April.

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  • Erin McKenzie
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