working with protein, onedotzero teamed up with veer to help them judge the creative catalyst: design for change competition
onedotzero endorsed and supported a competition launched by Veer to design a piece of work for an important issue with a personal meaning, a charity or cause, global or local, but always with a social theme. onedotzero supported the veer activity with the utilisation of communication network across web, social media, newsletters to reach a wide, connected, tech savvy, digital design and culture audience.
The competition, which attracted well over 100 entries from all over the world, was judged by a panel of design industry luminaries, including Computer Arts’ editor Rob Carney; Billy Tennant, Creative Director at Veer; and Shane Walter, Co-founder and Creative Director of onedotzero.
Graphic artist Barton Damer scooped the top prize with his work Malaria Kills, winning a £2000 donation for their selected organisation as well as Euro-wide publicity for themselves, a Computer Arts double-page feature and 2000 veer credits to use for their next creative projects.