Kantar Information is Beautiful Awards 2019 Submit Your Entry
Guidelines - 2019 awards
The Awards are open to infographics, data visualizations, data journalism, maps, interactives, information art / design & any data-centric video, animation, app, site or even artwork & sculpture.
Entries must be based on data / information with some sort of visual component. If in doubt which category to enter, select "unusual" and our team reallocates as appropriate.
Work created between 1 June 2018 and 30 August 2019 (and not previously entered or nominated into the Awards) is eligible for entry.
Students - and members of the public whose work has not been commissioned or published professionally - may submit their work for free. All other entries are paid.
Each entry must be a separate piece of work. The work can be in any medium (static image, web interactive, app, even sculpture or food) and can be created using any platform or package. You may enter as many pieces as you like with a fee paid each time. If you are submitting a web-based work please upload a video screencapture of the piece in action and ensure that the web link is live until the end of December 2019.
Please upload images at a minimum of 1024 pixels wide at 72 dpi, ideally 2048 pixels wide at 300dpi.
There should be one lead image illustrating the work; you can also upload multiple other files (images, documents, videos etc) and you are encouraged to provide a Dropbox or Google Drive link to supporting files in your descriptive text.
Creators of books, sculptures and physical objects please be aware that our judges are based around the world and there is a public voting round, so we accept digital entries only. Use photos, videos or other media to capture the essence of your work.
If your entry is in a language other than English please submit the original foreign language entry and send us a translation via email to firstname.lastname@example.org, making sure to include your name and entry details.