The 4th Annual International UX Awards prized 19 human-centered technologies for being the best in UX on September 11th, 2014 in San Francisco. We captured 12 human experiences that will take you back to the moment you won your UXie.
Work & CO.: Virgin America’s Responsive Redesign gets Grand Prize for Most Significant Industry Evolution. UX Team: Felipe Memoria, Partner & Product Design; Joe Stewart, Partner& Design; Gene Liebel, Partner & Product Management; Rafael Marin, Product Designer; Dever Thomas, Senior Designer.
SAP Labs LLC: SAP Consumer Insight 365 receives Gold Prize for Best Enterprise Experience. UX Team: Janaki Kumar, Manager; Eliad Goldwasser, UX Designer; Jaehun Jeong, UX Designer; Jadine Yee, UX Researcher; Sarah Deng, UX Designer.
Deutsch LA: The New VW.com receives Gold Prize for Best Brand Experience. UX Team: Adam Sant, VP Experience Director; Adam Sant, VP Experience Director; Andy Hsu, VP Creative Director; Experience Designers: Fred Leveau, Cory Roth, David Chen & Eugene Park; Digital Designers: Marcus Silva & Jun Ikeya.
Google, Inc.: Material Design wins Gold Prize for Best Contribution to UX. UX Team: Nicholas Jitkoff, Matias Duarte, Christian Robertson, Jon Wiley, Jonathan Lee.
CogApp: Qatar Museums’ Website earns Silver Prize for Best Cultural Experience. UX Team: Alex Morrison, Managing Director; Joshua Routh, Senior Producer; Chris How, Head of User Experience.
Method accepted two awards: LUSH Handmade Cosmetics: Redefining the Brand Experience wins Silver Prize for Best Multichannel Experience & Method Money: Translating Exploratory Research Into Future Scenarios wins Bronze Prize for Best Theoretical Exploration. UX Team LUSH: Melissa Clark, Client Service; David Eveleigh-Evans, Managing Director; Sieun Cha, Visual Design Lead; Chris Rain, Visual Design Lead; Tung Shing Wong, Interaction Design Lead. UX Team on Method Money: Philip O’Dwyer, Creative Director; Nuno Oliveira, Project Manager; Philip Blaikie, Designer; Brian Oko, Interaction Designer; Daniel Nacamuli, Interaction Design Lead.
Cantina: The Newport Folk Festival App gets Bronze Prize for Most Authentic Experience. UX Team: Chris Lamothe, Director, User Experience, Cantina; Amber Heinbockel, Creative Director, Cantina; George White, SVP Innovation, Cantina; Andrew Paradise, Senior Technical Consultant, Cantina; Christopher Capotosto, Creative Director, Newport Folk Festival.
UberConference: Everything You Love About Conference Calls earns Bronze Prize for Best Everyday Utility. UX Team: Craig Walker, CEO; Vincent Paquet, VP Product; Brian Peterson, VP Engineering; John Rector, VP Telephony.
Zone by 2nd Year Industrial Design Students at Virginia Tech wins Best Student UX. UX Team: Katherine Simmons, Second Year Industrial Design Student; Kyle Stewart, Second Year Industrial Design Student; Brad Regruto, Second Year Industrial Design Student; Stephen Shickel, Second Year Industrial Design Student.
Mullen/Mark Boroyan: Kennedy and Oswald wins Honorable Mention. UX Team: Mark Boroyan, ACD,UX; Kenji Ross, ACD,Technology; Joe Palasek, Sr. Creative Technologist; Jon Reil, CD; Christian Madden.
UXVision: Maveze – UX Redesign of Leading Tel-Avivian Blog earns People’s Choice Award. UX Team: Tal Florentin – UXVision – CEO and Lead UX Designer; Sebastian Romero – UXVision – Graphic Design; Tal Wolkowitz – MaVeZe – Founder and Co-CEO; Yael Monrov – MaVeZe – Founder and Co-CEO.
American Express Serve: UX Framework: Serve Responsive Web takes Secret Admirer Award. UX Team: Claudio Esposito, Director Product Design (American Express); Miles Begin, Director Product Design (American Express); Marshall Zealy, Project Manager (American Express); Ben Miller, Developer (American Express); Shannon O’Brien, Principal (Moment).
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