GRAY Magazine has been selected as a winner of Graphic Design USA’s 2018 American Inhouse Design Award! The winning project was our GRAY Awards 2017 advertisement, which ran in our June/July 2017 issue. We are honored to receive this esteemed award, and extend our congratulations to the other recognized firms.
ABOUT THE AWARDS
GDUSA’s American Inhouse Design Awards™ is the original and premier showcase for outstanding work done by inhouse designers and departments.
The winning pieces are winnowed from thousands of entries, and represent every area of the country, every size organization, every segment of the public and private sectors, and every type of media currently known. Individually and collectively, they demonstrate that the best of inhouse design is about creating solutions and adding value to our commerce and our culture.
For 55 years, Graphic Design USA has sponsored competitions that spotlight areas of excellence and opportunity. This program is the original and premier showcase for outstanding work by inhouse designers, recognizing their talent, the special challenges they face and most important, the value they bring to their businesses and institutions. In 2018, more than 5,000 entries were submitted: the top 15% were recognized as winners.
ABOUT GRAPHIC DESIGN USA
For more than 50 years — since 1963— Graphic Design USA (GDUSA) has been a business-to-business information source for graphic design professionals.
GDUSA covers news, people, project, trends, technology, products and services. The GDUSA brand now includes a 100,000 visitor-a-month website, a monthly e-newsletter, a digital version of the magazine formatted for desktop, tablet and phones, and several national design competitions that culminate in Annuals showcasing the best in Graphic Design, Inhouse Design, Web Design, Package Design, Healthcare Design, and Digital Design.
Other major initiatives include annual recognition of leading Designers to Watch and promising Students To Watch, and periodic benchmark Reader Surveys on the state of print design, technology in design, design education, and the use of stock imagery in design. The main office is located on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan NYC.