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In this gallery, Adobe celebrates creativity in the public sector, showcasing how creative professionals from within the public sector as well as through creative agencies are designing new ways to better engage citizens, the community and each other. We are inviting submissions to our 2016 showcase contest.

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In this gallery, Adobe celebrates creativity in the public sector, showcasing how creative professionals from within the public sector as well as through creative agencies are designing new ways to better engage citizens, the community and each other. We are inviting submissions to our 2016 showcase contest.

• From October 24, 2016 – March 10, 2017, if you submit an entry form and share your work with the Creativity in the Public Sector team page, your work will be entered into the 2016 collection and nominated for the Adobe Creativity in Public Sector (CIPS) contest. The most innovative, impactful submissions tagged in the appropriate category will be featured and promoted in the Adobe online campaign for Creativity in the Public Sector 2016. Winners will be announced in April 2017.

Submit creative work, tagging each entry with one of the specific categories below:

• "Honoring heroes in the public sector," use tag: (#CIPS2016_contest_heroes)- A hero is defined as a person admired for bravery, great achievements or good qualities; who offers their courage, strength and self-sacrifice in the service of their neighborhood, community or country. Submit your best design work that recognizes a person, team or program focused on highlighting the contributions of our local or national heroes.
• "Best responsive web design" use tag: (#CIPS2016_contest_webdesign) –In today’s world, customer preference is key. Responsive websites speak to the audience on any device by responding to the user’s behavior and environment, based on screen size, platform, and orientation.
• "Best integrated/cross-channel campaign," use tag: (#CIPS2016_contest_cross-channel)- This is the practice of reaching your target audience with a consistent, unified messaging across various media to accomplish a specific program objective. Channels may include but are not limited to: website, direct mail, print, email, video or social media outreach.
• "Most engaging citizen-facing creative," Use tag: (#CIPS2016_contest_citizens)- The challenge of telling a story in an engaging way is ever present — how does your organization inspire and encourage a connection with citizens? In any format — what is the single piece you are most proud of?

To share your work:
If you or your organization already has a Behance profile, you can submit your project directly to the Creativity in Public Sector Team Page. To participate, go to the project you would like to share with our team and select ‘Edit project’ and then Option 3, ‘Settings’. Once in project settings, click on ‘Credits & Tools’. In the ‘Add a team page’ box, type: ‘Adobe Gov: Creativity in Public Sector Showcase’ and click ‘Save’. Please include one of the Awards category’s hashtags under your project’s Project Tags.
Once you have shared your project with the Team page, please follow the Adobe Gov- Creativity in Public Sector Showcase Team by clicking on the blue ‘Follow’ button. You should then fill out your Behance user information and project submission details on the form link provided here. This information will be used to have your work considered for display in the Creativity in the Public Sector 2016 collection and be promoted in this year’s showcase of the most creative and compelling online Government projects.

If you don’t already have a Behance profile, please visit www.behance.net to get your free membership. Here, you will be able to showcase your work, as well as see what others are doing in your field. Once you have a profile, you can go ahead and follow the steps outlined above.

*NOTE: When adding projects directly to the showcase, you will need to include proper accreditation to individuals / organizations / agencies involved in the campaign’s development or the project will be subject to removal. Please visit the Team Page to view accreditation examples.

*DISCLOSURE: Organizations participating in the Creativity in Public Sector Showcase must retain the full copyright of their submissions and have agreed to allow Adobe to use their materials for this exhibition purposes.

For more information about the CIPS Contest site at: http://gov.adobeeventsonline.com/CIPS/2016/
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