Jaipur Wins Two Graphic Design Awards

ATLANTA-Jaipur recently received two American Graphic Design awards from the publication Graphic Design USA's annual design competition for the design of Jaipur's 2010 product catalog and press kit. This is the second year in a row that Jaipur has won this award for its catalog in this competition, which is open to creative professionals nationwide.

"We're incredibly honored to receive this recognition for our work from such a well-respected design publication," said Jason Moody, creative director, Jaipur. "Beyond showing beautiful representations of our products, the primary goal for this year's catalog was a focus on understanding how our customers actually work ­ what are the most important things they need to view at a quick glance, how they search through collections, etc. We're looking forward to adding to these pieces with the launch of several exciting interactive tools for our customers in the coming year."

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