Because Spark is literally all about you, your work and your vision. Our job is to get it out there. We promote and share your work, your love of great design, creativity, craft and innovation. We think design can have a strong and positive effect on this world. We believe that great design demands fierce dedication to sustainability. We see design as problem-solving, and your work as solutions.
Spark is here to help you get more and do more—improving your job prospects and strengthening your resume and portfolio credentials and helping you to you gain more clients, assignments and interesting projects and problems to solve.
If you’re looking for increased exposure and new business opportunities, jobs and information, the Spark Awards are your perfect medium. Spark reaches thousands of passionate innovators, business people and designers in old and new markets alike. Already a force in the US and Europe, Spark has a strong presence in the hottest growth markets in the world, including Korea, Brazil, China, India and Taiwan—giving your designs an aggressive position in this fast-paced environment.
Spark winners are published in the Spark Annual E-Yearbook, exhibited by invitation internationally and archived in permanent galleries on the Internet. The Spark Awards have very active communities at Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook and LinkedIn. We are a founding member of Hong Kong-based Global Design Network and associated with the China International Design Fair. Bottom-line, we are engaged in an ongoing promotion of our designer’s work, both entrants and winners alike. It is our only business, and we love to do it well.
Spark has a brave and modern outlook on sustainability and resource usage that resonates with young designers and policymakers—and reinforces your marketing and job-seeking efforts. We all know things have to improve, and fast. The first step is recognizing that–and the second is exchanging information, ideas and efforts. This is what the Spark design competition is all about. Getting it out there. Join us today.