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Design a mood board based on your favourite song and WIN an exclusive Kube mp3 player with the National Design Academy!

Calling all National Design Academy students! We all have that one song we just adore and never get tired of hearing. Whether it’s a sad ballad, funky dance tune or a bit of George Michael, we know every word and screech every note.
Well, it’s now the time to put yourself to the sing along test and be in with a chance of WINNING a Kube Player which has just been launched in the UK at the Gadget Show Live this week!
The Kube Player is the smallest mp3 player in the world and can store up to 8000 songs with up to 6 hours listening time. It comes with matching ear phones, USB cable and an SD card. You even get to choose which colour you want; white, light blue, light pink, black or yellow.
All you need to do is design a mood board based on your favourite song and write a rationale (max 200 words) explaining your thoughts behind the board.

Submit the board in the form of aJPEG or PDF to with your name, address and student number.

You have until midnight on Thursday 28th April 2011 to enter and the winner will be announced the following week. This competition is only open to current NDA students,
So if you think you’re up to the challenge and want to own the worlds first bite-size music box get cracking and good luck!

Terms & Conditions
1. This competition is only open to current National Design Academy students.
2. The closing date for this competition is midnight on Thursday 28th April, entries submitted after this date will not be accepted.
3. The prize will not be exchanged for an alternative.
4. Entrants must provide a rationale, no more than 200 words outlining the thoughts behind the design or concepts used.
5. The winning entry may be used for press and publicity by The national Design Academy
6. By entering this competition you agree to the terms and conditions

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