Definition
Environmental design, including single, or a range of, signs and displays. Signs or signage are any kind of graphics created to display information for a particular audience, typically way-finding information on streets, outside and inside of buildings. A range of signs is a series of signs for a specific purpose. Displays are designs for non-permanent installations, point of sales information etc.

Included
•Street signs (or range of street signs)
•Neon signs
•Commercial signs
•Pictograms
•Way-finding systems (e.g. for a hospital or a museum)
•Displays for museums and exhibitions
•Displays for trade and science fairs
•City and metro maps
•Informational panels

Excluded
Logotypes
•Self-promotional signs and displays

Comments
The sign or display must have been published in the previous calendar year, and can’t be self-promotional.
A series of signs is considered as one submission subject to a single fee.
See previous winners in this category here.

Files to prepare
Save image files of the sign or display as JPG (3600 x 1536 pixels, RGB, 72 dpi).
You may also include digital photos of the signs or displays in the environment they were designed for (3600 x 1536 pixels, RGB, 72 dpi).
These images will appear in the winners' gallery, if your design is awarded.
Upload the images via this site (no later than 24 February).