Macworld UK’s Jonny Evans reports that Apple is once again up for British Design & Art Direction (D&AD) awards. The company has won past awards for various product designs, including the Pro Mouse, Power Mac G4 Cube, and the Apple Cinema Display. The news comes in a new article entitled
Apple designers gong-ho.
This year, Apple’s PowerBook G4 and iBook have been nominated in the Products for Work category, while the iPod is nominated in the Health and Leisure category.
The results will be announced at an awards dinner ceremony later this month, in London, England.
Evans noted that Apple has oft received the D&AD’s prestigious Gold awards (also known as the Black Pencil) for its past designs; Gold awards are not always rewarded in each category, which makes the effort all the more remarkable.