The international theme contest for smartphones DIGIX HUAWEI officially declared open

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SHENZHEN, China, April 15, 2019 / PRNewswire / – On April 11, the DIGIX HUAWEI Global Smartphone Theme Design Competition International Smartphone Contest officially started. The competition is attended by projects of thematic design of interfaces, including illustrations, animation and 3D-graphics. – created by both professional designers and amateurs. In the main objectives of the competition under the thematic title “Hello, new art!” (Hello, New Art) includes the fusion of art and technology, as well as a demonstration of the latest design trends and aesthetics.

Participation of an authoritative jury creates an international arena for professional designers.

Competitive entries will be judged by an impressive panel of judges composed of Liu Xiaokang (founder of KL & K Creative Strategics), Jun Fei (professor of design school of the Central Academy of Fine Arts), Bai Cha (one of the most popular animators of China), Maria José Pérez-Luque (María José Pérez-Luque) (Head of Multimedia and Graphic Design Program, University of ESNE, Madrid), Alejandro Magallenes (Alliance Graphique Internationale member), Jun Liang Liang) (general manager of issues abotki user interfaces of Huawei the UCD), Alexander Plik Gurlitt (Alexandre Plicque Gurlitt) (senior developer of visual design of the Paris Center for Aesthetic Research) and other prominent experts, due to which the match will be the most influential platform for designers of mobile phone industry.

Specially invited designers will present their own interpretations of the essence of the new art.

In preparation for the competition, a group of reputable designers will create a series of stylish artwork demonstrating to the audience a new definition of art. This group will include:

Ye Luying, an illustrator included in the Forbes rating “Leading graphic designers under the age of 30”
Wu Sijun, young artist
LOST7, popular illustrator
Paulo Villagrán, one of the leading illustrators of Mexico
Wang Yunfei, popular graphic designer
FIREYE, famous illustrator

Anyone can demonstrate their abilities in four main categories.

This year, the Global Theme Design contest program is divided into four categories: illustrations, animation, 2D graphics, and 3D graphics. Designers who want to compete for the main prize and demonstrate their uniqueness to the world can submit their works to any category of this field of art.

Within the framework of the international competition, designers from all corners of the globe will compete with each other in their creativity and interpretation of new art. In the process of developing new futuristic aesthetics, these talented masters will breathe new life into the concept of artistic design.

Generous awards for top designers

For the 134 future winners of the competition, there are eight major awards, including the International Grand Prix, the “Tomorrow’s Star” awards, “For the most popular work” awards, etc. The total prize fund of the competition exceeds $ 330,000. In addition to the cash prizes, as part of the program to support young designers, the organizers of the competition established a special Creative Foundation, whose mission is to encourage the creation of artistic works and to ensure a corresponding income for beginning artists. The competition will be held simultaneously in more than 170 countries and regions of the world. Thanks to a variety of online and offline channels, entries will see hundreds of millions of users of Huawei smartphones around the globe.

Huawei Themes Development Tool 9.0 – a simple tool for creating themes

On the eve of the contest, Huawei officially unveiled Theme Development Tool 9.0. The updated tool for creating smartphone desktop themes supports editing visual content, online multi-effects previewing, composing materials about

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