The winner of the 2019 Adobe ACA UK & Ireland Championship Final was announced on 14th June 2019 in The British Library, during London Tech Week.
William Core, who is studying in Coventry University, England, produced the winning design (attached below) in the ACA UK & Ireland Championship Final. He will head to New York, USA for the ACA World Championship from July 28 – 31st, 2019.
William beat thousands of students across UK & Ireland in the Adobe ACA Championship Final, which took place on 14th June 2019 in The British Library, alongside CertMatters.Live
“Ben Ryan, founder of Ambionics - UK Charity Partner 2019 was blown away by the standard of creativity and effective use of Adobe digital design tools showcased at the ACA UK & Ireland Final to create posters for upcoming ‘Global Reach Campaign’. Certification and participation in this final will stand out on CVs, and be a key to successful academic and career pursuits
!” said Andrew Flood (CEO, Prodigy Learning) “We are looking forward to William representing UK & Ireland by showcasing his creativity at the ACA World Championship, we know he will perform very well
The ACA World Championship is a global competition that promotes industry certification and tests students’ design skills using Adobe Photoshop®, Adobe Illustrator® and Adobe InDesign®. Finalists are expected to come from 27 countries to demonstrate their proficiency using industry-leading Adobe software to complete a real-world design challenge for NABU, non-profit organization that aims to eradicate illiteracy through an online reading platform.
Image: Pictured as William was crowned ACA UK & Ireland Champion 2019 (L-R): Tacy Trowbridge (Head of Global Education Programs, Adobe), Ben Ryan (Founder, Ambionics), William Core (Coventry University, England) Andrew Flood (CEO, Prodigy Learning) and Jeffrey Lewis (VP, Product Management & Strategic Accounts, Certiport).
About Prodigy Learning
Prodigy Learning (Prodigy), is a multi-award winning global EdTech business, providing digital skills certifications and learning solutions for Adobe, Autodesk, Microsoft and other technologies. These IT certifications deliver job-ready skills, improving employability for students and productivity for employees.
Prodigy was established in 2000 and now has offices in Dublin, Ireland, London, UK and Sydney, Australia.