Perhaps the Olympics are bringing out your competitive side, and you're wondering why you too haven't been training to compete in some kind of international-level event. Well, the time has come - this week we have a list of some competitions that just might be of interest to you.
Are you an industrial designer? The Innovations Design and Engineering CES Innovations Awards, for consumer electronic design, has just started accepting entries.
Core77's 1HDC (One-Hour Design Challenge) starts today and the challenge is to design your own back-to-school bookbag.
This year's Digital Media and Learning Competition has the theme of Innovation in Participatory Learning. Innovation in Participatory Learning awards are designed to support the
most promising and dynamic projects that enable and enhance innovative
participatory learning. On the HASTAC blog, Cathy Davidson makes some suggestions on how to win this competition. She happens to mention that you might want to check out the Digital Media and Learning book series.
If you're a developer in New England, perhaps you can try your hand at a mobile application contest, Fast-Pitch New England 2008, which offers big prizes.