In each category, Apple chose one app and one game as winners.
Apple Announcement Instead of waiting for the event to end like last year, we invited the winners of this year’s Apple Design Award to attend a virtual Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) online event. Prior to WWDC Apple preview Finalist apps and games showcased a combination of technical achievements, design and ingenuity. Tonight, Apple announced winners in six new award categories.
In the category of inclusiveness, the winners supported people of diverse backgrounds, abilities and languages.
This year’s winners included a highly accessible game from the US-based Aconitum. HoloVista, The user can adjust various options regarding motion control, text size, text contrast, sound and visual effect intensity. In the game, users consider using the iPhone’s camera to find hidden objects and solve puzzles. (Our coverage)
Another winner, VoiceDream Reader, is a text-to-speech app that supports over 20 languages and offers adaptive features and highly customizable settings.
In the Delight and Fun category, Winners offer an impressive and engaging experience enhanced by Apple technology.Belgian Poku Poku Play RoomA kids entertainment app spun out of Snowman (Alto’s Adventure series), won by its thoughtful design and the use of subtle tactile sensations, sound effects, and interactions. (Our coverage)
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Another winner included an Englishman Little OrpheusA platformer that combines storytelling, surprise, and fun to provide a console-like experience in casual games.
Winners in the Interaction category are introducing apps that offer an intuitive interface and easy control, Apple says. Sneaky weather app based in the United States CARROT Weather He won with humorous predictions, unique visuals, and an interesting experience. It can also be used as a face or widget on your Apple Watch.
Canada’s Bird Alone The game brings the world to life by cleverly combining gestures, tactile sensations, parallax, and dynamic sound effects. Social Impact category awarded Danish Award My eyesThis allows visually impaired people to identify objects by pairing them with volunteers around the world using a camera. It currently supports more than 300,000 users, supported by more than 4.5 million volunteers. (Our coverage)
UK ustwo games win in this category ArubaA game that teaches players to respect the environment when saving wildlife, repairing bridges, and cleaning up trash. The game also plants a tree for each download
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