Award-winning design to browse through
The yearbooks from Red Dot Edition have always been extremely popular amongst design professionals, companies, marketing experts and collectors as well as all those who are interested in truly good design. Every year, the yearbooks use interesting information and impressive images to show the fascinating world of design from its most recent vantage point. In the Yearbooks category, we want to give you a clear presentation of the different yearbooks from Red Dot Edition.
The International Yearbook Communication Design
The annual International Yearbook Communication Design is packed full of fascinating inspiration from the field of communication design. The works presented in the yearbook are winners of the sought-after Red Dot in the Red Dot Award: Communication Design and will win you over with their surprising innovative power and attractive design. Year after year, you can delve into the multi-faceted world of communication design with wonderful images and informative content.
The Red Dot Design Yearbook
Product design has proved particularly vibrant and versatile. The yearbooks from Red Dot will make sure you are always up to date in this field: The volumes of the Red Dot Yearbook series, which are published as the individual volumes Doing, Working, Living and Enjoying, provide an in-depth look at award-winning product design from the areas of active living, the world of work and living and lifestyle.
Award-winning design presented in a current form
The yearbooks from Red Dot Edition are likely the nicest way of always keeping up to date on the world of design. No matter whether as a tasteful gift or for your own bookshelf, for design professionals, entrepreneurs, heads of purchasing, managers, advertising professionals or simply for fans of design: the yearbooks are sure to meet with enthusiasm. With our yearbooks, you too can discover just how fascinating award-winning design can be! Order simply and directly from the Red Dot Shop – postage is free for book deliveries within Germany.