2010 Interactive Design Awards

2010 Interactive Design Awards Best of Show

From captivating consumer sites to killer kiosks, HOW’s Interactive Design Awards recognize the year’s top digital projects. There are 45 interactive winners in 9 categories (plus, a best of show winner).You can find it all within the March 2010 issue of HOW or you can download a PDF of the winners.

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2010 Judges

Illustrations of judges by Jacob Thomas.

Emily ChengEmily Chang is an award-winning web and interaction designer, technology strategist and co-founder of Ideacodes, a design and web consultancy in San Francisco. For the past 12 years, Chang has designed and produced websites and web products for technology startups, businesses, universities, design firms, nonprofits and organizations including IDEO, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Adaptive Path and the Sierra Club. www.ideacodes.com

Liz DanzicoLiz Danzico is equal parts information architect, usability analyst, editor and educator, and she spends her days organizing information of all shapes and sizes. She is co-founder and chair of the new MFA in Interaction Design Program that began in Fall 2009 at the School of Visual Arts. She’s an independent consultant in New York City, a user-experience consultant for Happy Cog Studios, a board member for AIGA New York and Rosenfeld Media, and a publisher of user-experience books. www.bobulate.com

Sean DonohueSince 1997, designer/art director Sean Donohue has created award-winning online advertising and interactive projects for a vast array of clients. Originally from New York, Donohue is currently vice-president and creative director of skinnyCorp in Chicago, where he works on Threadless.com and other community-centric ideas. He lives in Highland Park, IL, with his wife and their son.www.skinnycorp.com


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