Barcoding Wins 2020 GDUSA Inhouse Design Award

The physical copy of the GDUSA Award that Barcoding, Inc. won

We are pleased to share that Graphic Design USA [GDUSA] awarded our inhouse marketing & design team for their work on the report: “Future Proof Your Supply Chain: Android in the Enterprise Study.” This was a collaborative effort by various teams at Barcoding, and we are proud to call this a collective WIN! You can also download this extensive report here. This award is presented to Jody Costa, Jennifer Jericho, Greg Henry, Krystal Cotriss, Iris Huang, Greg Jericho, and Melina Duffet.

GDUSA is a business-to-business resource for those in graphic design. This isn’t just a piece of paper. This award highlights the Barcoding inhouse design team’s expertise as well as the value they bring to our organization. We are happy to be in the company of fellow recipients such as PepsiCo Design & Innovation, the Walgreens In-House Creative team, and, our fellow Marylanders, T. Rowe Price.

Ultimately, design has allowed us to better help our customers understand the transition from Windows Mobile to Android. Our Android report is important for our customers so that they can visualize their own roadmap as they migrate and modernize. We collected all the tools and research necessary to transform their businesses in one place. An award-winning design such as this report is the key to communicating complex information—our guide showcases every step in the roadmap that they need to think about: enterprise applications, change management, cost, Android, end users, productivity, hardware, security, and support.

“What we accomplished was not just about winning a design award, but taking a human-centered approach to research and user experience to develop a piece of collateral that provides real people relevant information about a major technology shift in the supply chain industry.”
Jennifer Jericho, our former Brand Director

Barcoding Visual Designer, Krystal Cotriss described the months-long process behind this award-winning design. “Being a designer in this project is just one of the many pieces of the puzzle for this campaign that we launched [Enterprise Mobility]. I worked on several dozens of versions of this report based on sketches, sticky notes, mural boards, and design critiques.”

As far as her reaction to the GDUSA award, Cotriss said “In the end, I am so excited that we won our second GDUSA award on one of the best information design projects that I have worked on thus far.”

Congratulations to everyone involved and to those on our inhouse design team, whose talent we see every day, for this recognition! If you want to see more about this project, check out our Barcoding Behance Portfolio page.