“The architect’s Award Submission Handbook is a great practical resource for anyone submitting in the upcoming design awards season. Highly recommended. “
ARCHITECTS AWARD SUBMISSION HANDBOOK
This toolkit will immediately increase your chances of winning an award.
Want to increase your chances of *actually* winning an award? Then this toolkit is for you.
If you want to win a design award you need to put yourself in the running.
How do you do that?
Well, the good news is that there’s a proven system for creating a good award application—one that stands out and rises to the top of the pile. So, whilst you can’t guarantee a win (unless of course, you bribe the judges…which we don’t recommend!), there are a few things you can do to increase your chances of winning.
We share all of this and more inside the Architects Award Submission Handbook.
Perfect for you if you:
- Are guilty of copy and pasting project text from old submissions or random proposals.
- Leave your award entries until the very, very last minute. (Don’t waste time second-guessing yourself; this toolkit will help you quickly answer award entry questions.
- Keep entering awards but still don’t have any “wins” under your belt. (We know…the feeling of disappointment sucks.
- Have never entered an award before and don’t know where to start.
- Are out of your comfort zone when it comes to words. (Maybe you’re a visual creature and words are not your “thing”.)
What do you get?
- An easy-to-follow process on how to answer questions (plus real-life examples). (Use this process over and over for future award submissions.)
- Insider secrets from architecture award judges, giving you insight into what they are looking for and how to win them over.
- An award tracker template (in Google Sheets), which you can copy and use to help organise and keep track of your own award entries.
- Editing tips and tricks to sharpen your award submission (with links to additional copywriting resources to help you). These tips can be applied to all your marketing and communications copy.