I do love that headline.
Selected by a nationally representative panel of distinguished programmers, interface designers and creative directors, the winning entries will be published in the September/October Interactive Annual of Interactive Design Competition. Any interactive project created for digital distribution on the World Wide Web, CD-ROM, interactive kiosk or handheld device is eligible.
Entry fees are $100 (U.S.) per Web site entry and $125 (U.S.) per disk-based entry.
Hurry, deadline for entries are January 11th, 2008.
Want to know who you're up against?
Nike is some sort of shoe company, right?
(Okay, it's not all corporate sites. Check out Jonathan Yuen's showcase for his work.)
I wonder if the jury will be operating out of here?
Photo by Don Fulano