Saluting some of the world’s top web developers and designers “who are building tomorrow’s interactive trends,” winners of the 2014 Interactive Awards have been officially announced in Austin, Texas.
Winners across 15 categories were selected. They include:
Green, governmental and non-profit projects that are striving to make the world a better place.
Winner: The Missing Person Pre-Roll – http://ourawardswork.com/awards/the-missing-person-pre-roll/
Humor, memes, games, interesting projects and all the stuff that is weird for the sake of weird.
Winner: RESIZE THAT SHIT – http://resize.thatsh.it
Interactive collections of life, society and culture.
Winner: Pulse of the City – http://georgezisiadis.com/#/pulse-of-the-city/
Devoted to the promotional needs, functions and services of for-profit businesses.
Winner: Work4Rich – http://work4rich.com
While the SXSW Interactive Awards focus on the best new digital experiences, this category is devoted to projects that launched before January 1, 2013.
Winner: deviantART – http://www.deviantart.com
Projects changing the way we connect and interact with each other.
Winner: Quietest Show on Earth – http://quietestshowonearth.com/judging
- EDUCATIONAL RESOURCE
From elementary school learning to advanced technology-related tips, these are digital projects that help you learn.
Winner: Make Your Money Matter – http://makeyourmoneymatter.org
Cutting-edge and trend-setting works pushing the envelope and challenging our perceptions of what’s possible.
Winner: Where is Danny Torrance? – http://www.doctorsleepbook.com/where-is-danny-torrance/
Projects featuring streaming video content or information about movies, TV series, actors and the film industry.
Winner: An Idea Lives On – http://anidealiveson.org
- MOTION GRAPHICS
Animations, cartoons, and other intriguing works built using tools like Adobe Flash and HTML5.
Winner: The Greatest Action Movie Ever – http://agencycases.com/game
Projects related to musicians, bands, and the music industry, as well online radio and other developments that offer streaming audio content.
Winner: Just A Reflektor – http://www.justareflektor.com
Blogs, portfolios, pet projects and personal collections of individuals displaying their work and passions.
Winner: Pavlov Poke – http://www.robertrmorris.org/pavlovpoke
- SOCIAL MEDIA
Users, campaigns and platforms creatively connecting and sharing experiences.
Winner: The Little Red Logo that Transformed the Marriage Equality Narrative – http://www.hrc.org/viral
Projects from student designers refreshing this industry with new talent and ideas.
Winner: Heart of the High Country – http://www.carolinaphotojournalism.org/cpjw/2013
- TECHNICAL ACHIEVEMENT
Projects reinventing and redefining the technical parameters of our digital experience.
Winner: Remote Control Tourist – http://awardsubmit.net/remotecontroltourist/