Fairlight Receives Design Award
Sydney, Australia - May 9, 2002 - Fairlight was honored last month at the 2002 Australian Design Awards for the development of the company's Dream series of editing and mixing systems. The awards, which were held at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, marked the culmination of a review process by an independent panel of senior industry and design professionals.
Fairlight's Dream range of pro audio equipment received a Software-Electronics Design Award from Standards Australia International-whose Australian Design Awards program was established to promote the benefits of professional product design in the development of manufactured goods.
Criteria for winning the award included functionality, ergonomics, aesthetics, creativity and originality, safety and environmental considerations, manufacturing (construction and use of materials) and price (value for the money).
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