Apple Design Awards celebrate best-in-class design

Apple News   |   06/04/2019 - 3:11pm   |   by Zakariás Zsombor   |   27
04. jun Apple Design Awards celebrate best-in-class design

Apple yesterday hosted the Apple Design Awards and recognised nine iOS developers for outstanding artistry, technical achievement, user interface and application design.

The developers represent companies large and small, located all over the world including Australia, Austria, England, France, Italy, Lithuania and the US. The winning apps represent a wide range of categories spanning photo editing, drawing, medical imaging, sports and games. Each one offers a unique approach to user interface design, sound design, graphics, controls or gameplay and take advantage of breakthrough Apple technologies such as haptics, Metal or Core ML.

“iOS developers keep raising the bar. This year, we are especially proud to see so many apps and games putting health, fitness, creativity and exciting gameplay at the centre of their app experience,” said Ron Okamoto, Apple’s vice president of Worldwide Developer Relations. “We congratulate all the Apple Design Award winners on their incredible creativity and ingenuity.”

 

iPhone showing gameplay from “Ordia,” the one-finger action game.
“Ordia” by Loju is a one-finger action game where players become a new life form taking its first leaps into a strange and hazardous world.

 

An ultrasound scan from Butterfly IQ displayed on iPhone XS.
Butterfly IQ by Butterfly Network provides mobile, whole body ultrasound imaging with just one probe at a lower cost than traditional radiology.

 

iPhone showing gameplay of the musical puzzle game, “ELOH.”
“ELOH” by Broken Rules is a musical puzzle game that lets gamers follow the rhythm.

 

A sketch drawn in Flow by Moleskine displayed on iPad.
Flow by Moleskine is a place to sketch ideas, capture thoughts and explore creativity without interruption or distraction.

 

“Thumper” gameplay displayed on iPad.
“Thumper: Pocket Edition” by Drool delivers an immersive musical gaming experience with classic arcade action, blistering speed and intense physicality.

 

Photo editing screen in Pixelmator Pro on iPad.
Pixelmator Photo by Pixelmator Team is a cutting edge photo editor that leverages the power of CoreML to allow users to enhance photos like a pro.

 

The nine winning apps follow a tradition of delivering groundbreaking user experiences within emerging and mature categories. Past Apple Design Award winners have transformed the way people experience the world through their Apple devices. Design excellence has helped revolutionise apps such as speech translation (iTranslate Converse), illustration (Procreate), anatomical learning (Complete Anatomy) and interactive entertainment (“Florence” and “Alto’s Odyssey”).

 

Gameplay from “The Gardens Between” displayed on iPhone XS.
“The Gardens Between” by The Voxel Agents is an artful single-player adventure puzzle game about time, memory and friendship.

 

Video from HomeCourt displayed on iPhone XS.
HomeCourt by NEX Team is the future of basketball training. HomeCourt uses CoreML to track, record and provide deep analysis of basketball shots and workouts using only the iPhone camera.

 

Car racing gameplay from “Asphalt 9: Legends” displayed on iPhone XS.
In “Asphalt 9: Legends” from Gameloft, gamers use innovative controls to race in some of the world’s most beautiful hypercars.

 

To learn more about and download the apps and games, visit the App Store.

Watch the Apple Design Awards ceremony here.

Source: Apple.com




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