With just two days to go until entries close for Dezeen Awards 2019, we've put together a handy guide to what happens after you hit submit on your entry:
After entries close on 30 May at 23:59 BST the first stage of the judging process, or longlisting, will begin. This will go on for the entire month of June.
All entries will be reviewed by the Dezeen editorial team, assisted by architecture and design experts, who will use their skill and knowledge to select around 25 entries in each category.
We'll be in touch with you in July to let you know whether you've made it onto the longlist.
Judges will select a shortlist of between four and eight entries in each project category. Each member of the jury will judge around 50 projects across two project categories. This will be done remotely, with each juror scoring entries using an online scoring system.
We'll be in touch in September to let you know if you've been shortlisted.
Master jury day
Around 15 judges will be selected from the original jury to form a master jury.
They will gather in London to convene and ratify the suggested project category winners. They will also select overall winners in the architecture, interiors and design project categories.
We'll be throwing a party to celebrate the shortlisted projects, products and studios vying for accolades in the second edition of Dezeen's awards programme.
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Winners will be announced online in late October or early November. There'll be a winners party held in London, to celebrate and network with other industry professionals.
We even won an award for our last awards ceremony, so we know how to throw a good party!