On 27th of October international information design competition IIID Awards ceremony was held in Art Academy of Latvia. IMMER Design Studio received the highest award in Products and services category for project STEPbySTEP, which was developed to ensure correct preparation of digital files for printing in accordance with the flexible packaging manufacturing industry specifics.
IIID Awards were awarded in 17 categories to participants from 20 countries. IMMER Group design studio designer’s, Ints Neibergs, project was the only Latvian project to receive the silver award in Products and services category.
“We participated in the prestigious information design competition with a special specification STEPbySTEP, which allows the designers and pre-printing experts to correctly prepare the design file for flexible packaging manufacture. I am truly happy to know that the creativity, passion and practical approach of Ints was recognized on the highest level. His solution allows to make even a complicated message to be easily understandable both to experts and consumers”, happily said the president of international company group IMMER Group Irina Miroshnika.
Information design is the practice of presenting information in a way that fosters efficient and effective understanding of it. The information is made more understandable and perceivable by use of pictures, symbols, colours and words. “We also face lack of clearly understandable guidelines for design preparation for printing in our daily work. One reason for this is the fact that the flexible packaging manufacturing industry requires specific knowledge, STEPbySTEP helps people without expert knowledge in this field to perform the pre-printing preparation correctly,” explains the author of the project and IMMER Design Studio designer Ints Neiberts.
Ints Neiberts started his career in packaging design in 2016, when he started working for IMMER Design Studio, which allowed him to gain completely novel experiences in flexible packaging manufacturing, file processing and various technical processes. He has developed product packaging designs for such products as HRUMM HRUMM, COMPOSITE24, BOROFFISH, LONG CHIPS and more. Also, Ints has developed various projects in environment, product and information design fields. The designer has acquired Master’s degree in Functional design from the Art Academy of Latvia.
The International Institute for Information design was founded in 1986 with head office in Vienna. The task of the Institute is to promote better understanding of cultural and economic issues by use of improved visuals and other means of communication. Goal of IIID is to provide the right information on the right time to people, who need it, in an easily understandable form.
Last weekend the 17th conference IIID VisionPlus Riga was organized by International Institute for Information design (IIID), and during the conference the IIID Awards ceremony was held.