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Award Criteria

Award Criteria refer to the criteria set forth by award programs to determine the recipients; they are the measurements or standards used to evaluate the products and services of business entities. Winning awards through programs such as the A' Design Award can help to build brand value, enhance business prestige, and improve visibility of businesses. The criteria for the A' Design Award is based on parameters such as innovation, functionality, aesthetics, and brand linking, with a focus on how the designs are able to effectively deliver the intended communication to a target audience. This ensures that entries to the A' Design Awards are evaluated through a standardized, fair and well-rounded system.

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Silvia Greco

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