2018 Award

Criteria

An entry must be a digital artefact - such as a website, software application or animation. Submissions should demonstrate creativity or technical ingenuity in the design or creation of the artefact. Entries are welcomed from any student, apprentice or their employer. The work should have been completed by the student or apprentice at some time between April 2017 and March 2018 while on placement or apprenticed. Work undertaken as part of coursework while studying at an institution should be entered in the Little Chip Student Award.

This award has now closed for submissions.


2017 Award

SharpFutures with Amy Williams

The judges said

Amy used an established format in a creative fashion to put over an important message in an inspirational way

Entrant's description

Women Change Manchester was a digital campaign of videography distributed across social media and culminating in an event which took place at The Sharp Project for International Women’s Day 2016. The focus of the campaign was to provide an online platform to inspire young women using Mancunian women’s voices from a diverse section of society from the past and the present with local female students who were invited to come along and pledge what a difference they will make to Manchester in the future.

Shortlist

  • MBNA with Lucy Gray
  • Scott Mears
  • SharpFutures with Amy Williams

Criteria

TrophiesAn entry must be a digital artefact - such as a website, software application or animation. Submissions should demonstrate creativity or technical ingenuity in the design or creation of the artefact.

Entries are welcomed from any student, apprentice or their employer.

The work should have been completed by the student or apprentice at some time between April 2016 and March 2017 while on placement or apprenticed.

Work undertaken as part of coursework while studying at an institution should be entered in the Little Chip Student Award.

 

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