The Adobe Digital Edge Awards celebrate game-changing student projects that use Creative Cloud to take uni work to the next level. Whatever you’re studying, digital skills can make you and your coursework stand out, and those skills are what can help you land your dream grad job. Share a piece of uni work that showcases your digital literacy.
This year, the Digital Edge Awards have two briefs – and two sets of prize.
A team of up to six students can enter together. The work must be created primarily (50% or more) with Adobe tools found within Adobe Creative Cloud.
Many universities provide free access to Creative Cloud for students. If not, students with a valid student email address can save 65% on Creative Cloud. Plus, you can also get a free 7-day trial to help you create your submission.
Your hard work will be judged by a professional panel of industry and Adobe experts. Submissions will be judged on your ability to convey complex information to others in an easy-to-follow format. You should also make your work as engaging as possible for your audience.
There is no entry fee.
Open to UK students from all backgrounds and at least 18 years of age at the time of entry.
Two winning entrants will receive 9,250 GBP, while six runners-up will get 1,000 GBP each.