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Dec 6, 2022
Help select 2023’s best examples of Interaction Design


Peer review is a unique aspect of the Interaction Awards because it’s members of the IxDA community like you that determine who makes our shortlist each year. 

We’re looking for experienced designers from around the world to review submissions with us and select the official shortlist beginning on 1 February 2023. The call is open to anyone who self-identifies as a member of the IxDA community.

If you or your company are planning to submit an entry, you can still participate in the review process — we request that you don’t review your own. During Peer Review, all reviewers are asked to declare any conflicts of interest and we’ll make sure your submissions are reviewed by members of the community not associated with your project.

What do Peer Reviewers do?

This process is what makes the Interaction Awards distinct from other awards programs: the voice of the global practitioner community is at the foundation of curating the winners.

Once we have our shortlist, entries move on to the second phase of judging. A diverse and accomplished international jury selects our  Finalists and Winners. 

Peer Reviewer Recognition

All Peer Reviewers evaluate up to 10 submissions — it’s your sneak peek into global design trends in interaction design. 

We recognize all Peer Reviewers with a digital certificate, and — new this year — you’ll be listed on the new Awards website when it launches. In addition, you’ll receive a VIP invite to our Awards ceremony, taking place in person and online on 6 May 2023.

Join the Peer Review Panel 

It’s easy to get involved. Submit your interest by completing this form before 31 December 2022.  

Selected Peer Reviewers will be notified by 13 January. 

Thank you for supporting IxDA and the Interaction Awards. 


The Interaction Awards are an initiative of the Interaction Design Association (IxDA), a global community of more than 120,000 individuals worldwide dedicated to the professional practice of Interaction Design. Find out how to join your local group and get involved at

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