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Rodrigo Vera
Mar 8, 2019
Our Winners for 2019!

The eighth annual Interaction Awards ceremony took place last week, closing Interaction Week 2019 in Seattle. Not even the #snowpocalypse could disrupt celebrations, the show did go on. With a view of the iconic Space Needle, the Fisher Pavilion was an extraordinary place to host conference attendees, finalists and winners of the awards.

In a year where we saw some of the most innovative interaction design work from professionals and students around the world, we’re thrilled to share with you the winners for each category and special trophies, selected by our international jury.


Connecting:  Facilitating communication between people and communities.
Winner:  Finland: Explore State Spending

Engaging:  Capturing attention, creating delight and delivering meaning.
Winner:Lumen: Reimagining Immersion

Empowering:  Enabling people to go beyond their limits.
Winner: Olive, Finance made accessible

Expressing:  Encouraging self expression and/or creativity.
Winner: Digital Body Language

Disrupting:  Re-imagining completely an existing product or service by creating new behaviors, usages or markets.
Winner: Algramo Dispensing Machine

Optimizing:  Making daily activities more efficient.
Winner: Save Cash and Bank it!


Best in Show:
Winner:  Save Cash and Bank it!

Best Concept:
Winner: Magic UX

Best Student:
Winner: Lumen: Reimagining Immersion

People’s Choice:
Winner: Finavia Experience

Future Voice:
Winner: Pigzbe


Don’t forget: Submission for the 2020 awards begins in April!

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