Q LTD is proud to have received two awards from Graphic Design USA’s (GDUSA) 59th annual Best of Year Competition. A note from the award announcement stated: “With over 12,000 entries, only the top 10 percent have been selected as a winner in this end-of-year best-of-year program.”

Our work for SC21 – The International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage, and Analysis – was awarded in the category of Branding + Identity Programs. This project was led by Todd Szymanski (Creative Director) and Matt Restorff (Senior Web Developer) with support from Patricia Greve (Editorial), and Andy Sikora and Christine Golus (Design Production). See more SC work here.

In the category of P-O-P + Displays + Exhibits, we were recognized for the Great Lakes Sea Lamprey display developed for the Great Lakes Fishery Commission (GLFC). Behind this project was Andy Sikora (Senior Designer) and Christine Golus (Creative Director) as well as our colleagues Ross Shaw and Jill Wingfield at GLFC. While winning the award is lovely, we are especially proud to work with GLFC – a binational organization whose work is critical in protecting the Great Lakes Fishery. See more GLFC work here.

This is the second year in a row we have been recognized by GDUSA. In 2021 the graphic identity we created for the Michigan Collaborative for Mindfulness in Education (MC4ME) received a Health + Wellness Award for Branding and Identity.