Souvinear Wins 2018 Muse Award

Out of more than 2,000 submissions from 40 countries, a team of Juniors in Drexel University’s Interactive Digital Media  has won a Rose Gold recognition in the 2018 Muse Creative Awards competition for their Souvinear App design created in the Interactive Digital Media Worksop course.

The Muse Creative Awards is an international competition for creative professionals who inspire through concept, writing or design, whether through traditional or electronic media. “We recognize the breakthrough achievement of designers, marketers, artists, writers, photographers, videographers,and digital experts who set the trends of the global creative industry,” said Kenjo Ong, President for the International Awards Associates (IAA). “They hear the voice of an inner muse, inspiring others to rise together.”

Muse Creative Awards is administered and judged by International Awards Associates (IAA), and an elite panel of internationally-recognized creative professionals. IAA oversees awards and recognition programs, provides judges and sets the competition’s rigorous standards.

 

Grand Jury Panel

This year’s Jury Panel includes 46 renowned, experienced, and brand-new Judges from 20 countries worldwide. Judges hail from leading companies in the creative and digital industry from all corners of the globe, and include professionals from such power brands as Guinness World Records, Leo Burnett, Grayling, DMG, McCann Worldgroup, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, etc.

Entries in 325 categories were rated according to rigorous standards. During blind judging, panelists evaluated the most innovative and creative concepts, the most effective campaigns, and the most inspired messaging. Winners were selected in a wide range of categories, from broadcast, print, social media and emerging platforms.

 

Participation of International Brands

Numerous entries from international brands and top agencies from around the world were received for this year’s award program. The amount of time and passion dedicated to producing such astonishing works is truly admirable. Entries submitted by agencies for companies and brands such as Porsche, National Geographic, Marvel, FOX Networks Group Spain, Disney Channel, DreamWorks Animation, Emirates Airline, Amalgamated Bank, Samsung, Vodafone, Siemens, Longines, MINI, MasterCard, Part IV, New Balance, Nike, and Nationale Postcode Loterij, are among some of the winners from this year’s award.

The 2018 Muse competition included entries from 40 countries: Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Croatia, Denmark, France, Germany, Guatemala, Hong Kong, Hungary, Honduras, Iceland, India, Iran, Ireland, Italy, Jamaica, Kenya, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherland, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Turkey, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom,and United States.

“Winning a Muse Creative Award can be a significant career milestone,” Ong said. “With vetted panelists, tough criteria, blind judging processes, and strict bylaws limiting winners, only the best entries receive this coveted statuette. Each year, I am both amazed and inspired by the level of craft and art submitted.”