Two alumni are this year’s German Design Award winners

James Elderton and Joseph Thomas with their award

James Elderton and Joseph Thomas, founders of Wonder Vision, have won the 2020 German Design Award for their CGI look, development and production for the Triumph Speed Twin, in the category of Excellent Communication Design.

Wonder Vision logo

The German Design Award is an annual international competition that awards creativity and execution at the highest level. Prizes are only be awarded to projects that truly represent pioneering contributions to the German and international design and digital landscape. The highly esteemed, international jury guarantees this. The German Design Award identifes and presents unique trends: a competition that advances the design-oriented scene.

Statement from the jury: “The design of the presence looks modern, is informative and service-oriented and also plays perfectly on the myth related to the brand. A highlight is defnitely the confgurator that creates a photorealistic representation of the user’s dream motorbike.”

Triumph motorbike screen shot

Quote from Triumph: "We selected Wonder Vision as our CGI partner due to the quality of their work and their experience in handling large confgurable CAD data sets, combined with their level of client service."

James and Joseph founded CGI production studio, Wonder Vision, after graduating with degrees in Product Design and Technology in 2010. The company combines art, science and technology to create content for print, film and interactive media, and they continue to work with Loughborough Design School on an ongoing basis, taking on students at Wonder Vision for 48 week placements.

Find out more about Wonder Vision.