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Janna DeVylder
Jan 5, 2015
Vote for the 2015 People’s Choice Award!

We’re looking forward to celebrating the 2015 Interaction Awards on February 11th at Interaction15, but there is one award to choose: The People’s Choice Award.

Cast your vote for the 2015 People’s Choice Award!

We invite you to elevate and celebrate the project you think represents the best of Interaction Design out of the amazing shortlisted projects from this year’s entries. The Interaction Awards’ People’s Choice voting is now open at http://awards.ixda.org/entries. You have the power to shape the outcome.

How it works

It’s simple. Find the project you want to support and then vote for that project from the project’s page. All finalist and shortlisted projects are eligible. A vote is a tweet, and each account is allowed to vote for one project, so make your vote count. (Keep in mind, RTs aren’t counted, so make a fresh vote that starts with @IxDAwards and includes the project’s hashtag!)

The five projects that receive the most tweets between 5 January to 7 February will be put up for a final round of voting by the attendees at the Interaction15 conference. The People’s Choice will be announced along with the other winners at the Interaction Awards ceremony the evening of 11 Februrary.

Cast your vote now and follow our announcement on February 8th to see how your vote counted! Anything can happen!

Spread the word and promote your favorite projects before voting closes on February 7th at 11:59pm PST.

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