RRDCreative have continued our impressive run at this years design awards with an award and a commendation at The Scottish Design Awards 2017.
It was yet another successful year for RRDCreative at this years Scottish Creative Awards. We were extremely humbled to be nominated for five awards across four different categories and on the night we received an award in Item of Self Promotion for our 2016 Christmas card design and a Commendation in the fiercely contested Packaging category for our work on Esker Gin.
Now in their 20th year, the Scottish Design Awards reward top architecture firms and design agencies for their contribution to the country’s historic and contemporary design culture. The awards are open to all Scottish companies and those outwith who have a Scottish client. The awards are exclusive to Scotland to celebrate the best design and architecture in the country.
This years judging panel comprised of: Clayton Gray Head of Design Ogilvy One, Danny Brickerton Head of Design TBWA, Lou Hunter Creative Director Brand Union, Neil Cooper Head of Design SapientRazorFish and Frankie Goodwin Creative Director Saatchi & Saatchi.
Corey Stewart, our Creative Director and Head of Agency said “The creative talent on display at the Scottish Design Awards is always of an incredibly high standard and just to be nominated for our work is a fantastic achievement! However receiving one of the coveted Steel Rulers is incredible and to add a commendation in packaging, which to many is the toughest category of them all, was the icing on the cake of a superb evening. The success we have received this year across our creative business is unparalleled and is a testament to the talent we have within RRDCreative.”
This success comes on the back of award wins at the An Post Smart Marketing Awards, Recommended Agency Roster Awards and the D&AD Awards. In total RRDCreative has been nominated in 32 awards categories during 2017 across our UK and Ireland creative business.
To see the full list of awards go to scottishcreativeawards.com.