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Innovatively packed ideas: ULIKETT awards prizes to young creatives

Ten participants, three jury members and not less than two winners were the ingredients of the design competition initiated by packaging and printing specialist ULIKETT amongst students of University of Applied Arts Vienna. Two winners emerged from students participating in courses for Graphics and Advertising, as well as for Graphic Design. Katharina Herzog’s and Noémi Ördög’s award-winning packaging designs convinced the jury.

Ten participants, three jury members and not less than two winners were the ingredients of the design competition initiated by packaging and printing specialist ULIKETT amongst students of University of Applied Arts Vienna. Two winners emerged from students participating in courses for Graphics and Advertising, as well as for Graphic Design. Katharina Herzog’s and Noémi Ördög’s award-winning packaging designs convinced the jury.

Surprisingly, two winners received the first prize. The jury consisting of Dominik Mindl, CEO of CTI Holding AG, Oliver Rammerstorfer, Director of ULIKETT and Harald Eckert, Editor of Kompack journal, handed over twice the prize money of 500 euros without further ado.

“Katharina Herzog’s work convinced us because of its appealing creative design, and Noémi Ördög’s because of its innovative packaging”, Rammerstorfer explained.

 

angewandte © Grafik und Werbung
Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien
Univ.-Prof. Matthias Spaetgens

Innovatively packed ideas: ULIKETT awards prizes to young creatives

Ten participants, three jury members and not less than two winners were the ingredients of the design competition initiated by packaging and printing specialist ULIKETT amongst students of University of Applied Arts Vienna. Two winners emerged from students participating in courses for Graphics and Advertising, as well as for Graphic Design. Katharina Herzog’s and Noémi Ördög’s award-winning packaging designs convinced the jury.

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angewandte © Grafik und Werbung
Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien
Univ.-Prof. Matthias Spaetgens