It’s the moment we have all been waiting for! The 2021 Hatchie Awards winners! The grand prize winner of the 2021 Hatchies is Rolis Junwandi’s design that had a total of 755 votes (on-site and over social media)! Congratulations, Rolis Junwandi! We ALSO have our 2nd and 3rd place winners!
Congratulations to Joel Bonete and Mark Atkinson, for being our 2nd and 3rd place winners with 700 votes (Joel) and 587 votes (Mark)! We saw some incredible designs submitted to the contest, and are truly awed by our community of creative’s impressive design skills (you can read more and see the winning entries and runners-up here).
Great job, everyone, and we can’t wait to do this again, next year!
…and the rest of the Hatchwise Team
It seems fitting that our Design of the Week should be Rolis Junwandi’s winning entry in the 2021 Hatchies. In their own words, “Letter S, modern and tech” and we can’t agree more with this sleek, and modern-looking design.
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