Award-Winning Work from Indigo Design Contest

Medical CGI image of skin molecules with Indigo Design Award winner ribbon

We’re excited to share the news that we won another award! Our submission to the international 2019 Indigo Design Award contest received a bronze award in the Computer Animation category.

About the Contest

The Indigo Design Award is an international design contest that “celebrates and promotes innovation…and the very best of Graphic, Digital, Mobile, and Games design.” They have dozens of subcategories under each of these areas.

Hundreds – if not thousands – of industry professionals and students submit work to this contest. Indigo Design Awards also hosts an annual award ceremony to celebrate winners.

This contest’s jury panel features some pretty spectacular design experts from companies like Google, YouTube, Sony, IKEA, and Github.

Close-up render of skin cells taking in moisture for skincare product
The outer barrier layer of skin pulling in moisture.
Close-up rendering of human skin cell moisture barrier
Close up view of the stratum corneum, or outer layer of the skin, embedded in a lipid bilayer.

The Award-Winning Project

We partnered with advertising agency Sudler & Hennessey last year to develop a medical animation. Their client had developed a new skincare product called QV Intensive with Ceramide, design to repair dry, damaged skin. The two-minute medical animation needed to describe the benefits of this product in a unique, engaging way.

Phong Tran, project lead, worked with artists Levi Krippner, Shawn Letendre, and Rachel Buchen to complete the beautiful medical animation.

You can read more about their process on our project portfolio page.

Watch QV Intensive with Ceramide Repair Dry, Damaged Skin

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