Past Winners – Winners of 2011 Entyce Design Awards

Overall winner of the Entyce Design Awards 2011: Marie Carney, St Helens College

Winner 2011 Marie Carney

“I was delighted to be awarded overall winner of 2011 and fulfil a placement at Entyce. I felt part of the team and worked on a variety of current projects within the studio giving me invaluable experience and an insight into the workings of a busy creative agency.”

Marie Carney was chosen as the overall winner after winning both the Packaging and Point of Sale Category. Her hand drawn illustrations stood out from all other entries and captured the character of the Ice Cream Farm.

Since winning the EDA 2011, Marie joined Entyce for a 3 week placement. Marie has also continued to work with Entyce on a variety of freelance design work.

Winner of Packaging
Winner of Point of Sale

Highly Commended: Rachel Benyon, University of Bolton

Winner 2011 Rachel BenyonRachel’s designs split the judges in various categories. Her work was excellent and she developed some fabulous ideas for the Ice Cream Farm.

Winner of logo design: Abigail Walker, University of Chester

Winner 2011 Abigail WalkerAbigail impressed the judges with her design that captured both the ice cream and the attraction in one logo.

Following her success in the EDA 2011, Abigail has gone on to do freelance work for Entyce producing illustrations for a series of marketing collateral.

Winner of advertising: Rebecca Greenhalgh, University of Bolton

Winner 2011 Rebecca GreenhalghRebecca’s thoughtful series of adverts consist of children’s games and colouring-in activities. A great way to draw visitors to the attraction.

Winner of website design: David Yates, University of Chester

Winner 2011 David YatesWebsite design was one of the more challenging briefs, and David came up trumps with his clear structure and strong navigation.

Winner of photography: Natalie Lahan, University of Chester

Winner 2011 Natalie LahanNatalie certainly captured the atmosphere of people having fun at the farm and enjoying the ice cream.