A day in the life of a D&AD judge, by do epic sh*t’s Ramzi Moutran

This is a 3-part series following the live learnings and observations from founder and chief creative officer of do epic sh*t Ramzi Moutran on being a D&AD judge.

Part 1:
The president and jurors have met. D&AD’s high standards, the importance of craft and expectations have been clearly outlined. We are armed and tasked with finding the best global ideas, seeking out excellence and protecting the integrity of the D&AD Awards.

I’m one of 10 judges within the PR team with over 27 hours of viewing ahead of me – and that’s just for the shortlist.

This year is a very special year given the global events we are all too familiar with. I’m hoping for that same ‘WOW’ factor I got from the first time I judged D&AD many years ago. However, I know too well the pivots we’ve all endured, the speed at which ideas have been created, t

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