The University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s Jacht Agency received a video/motion graphics honorable mention award from the 2020 Flux Student Design Competition for their video and production work for The Decent Co.
The agency developed a high-quality video featuring original photography and video footage that showcased the story behind the company. The video and photos are the centerpiece for The Decent Co. Kickstarter page and serve as an educational and engagement tool to sell the company’s products.
Flux is a nationwide student design competition presented by AIGA Blue Ridge that awards undergraduate and graduate students across various categories of achievement, including identity, packaging, poster, publication, social impact design, UX/UI and video/motion graphics.
Jacht Agency’s faculty multimedia director, Alan Eno, and faculty creative director, Katie Krcmarik, guided and collaborated with the students producing content for The Decent Co.
“It is exciting to see Jacht Agency’s video work recognized at the national level,” Krcmarik said. “Some of the best schools and most talented students in the country enter this design competition, so this award highlights our agency’s dedication and diligence in serving our clients and producing industry-level work.”
This year, 165 projects received an award out of the 749 entries submitted, making this the largest and most competitive Flux Student Design Competition to date. The competition awards talented students across the country and allows their work to gain national recognition.
Jacht Agency is a full-service, student-run advertising agency through the College of Journalism and Mass Communications. It provides students with real-world experience that builds on classroom instruction by giving students opportunities to work with various clients in an advertising agency setting. Jacht offers many creative services, including strategic branding, integrated marketing communications, campaign concepts, videography, photography, social media strategy, content creation, print design and public relations. Learn more.