UX Design Awards ➜ Submit Now!How to Enter ++ 05 October 2022 ➜ Deep Dive: Award Winners | Siemens Healthineers ++

UX Design Awards ➜ Submit Now!How to Enter ++ 05 October 2022 ➜ Deep Dive: Award Winners | Siemens Healthineers ++

Make it Count! UX Design Awards – Spring 2023 ➜ How to EnterSubmit Now!

The Global Competition for Excellent Experiences

The UX Design Awards foster the impact experience design has on shaping our lives – across all fields and industries worldwide.

The titles are awarded twice a year in Spring and Autumn ➜ How to enter

The list of former Award Winners reads like a who is who of the industry.

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The UX Design Awards jury consists of leading design and industry experts.

The independent experts’ many years of experience guarantee the highest quality of the competition.

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We believe that design is about improving people’s lives.

The Awards are assigned by the International Design Center Berlin (IDZ), a leading German institution with more than 50 years of expertise. The Awards are central to our mission: to promote accomplished design and to recognize the people involved.

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5 October | Deep Dive: Award Winners | Siemens Healthineers

In their presentation Alexandra Zahn and Anna Weidner will walk us through their award-winning project „Pediatric Radiology Experience“ – a holistic approach to pediatric radiology preparation for children.

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Proudly presenting the Winners and Nominees of the UX Design Awards – Autumn 2022!

Out of more than 400 submissions from 48 countries, the #UXDA22-Jury selected 124 projects to participate in the global competition for excellent user experience. Watch the Virtual Award Ceremony here.

UX Design Award | gold

Concept | Endava

NOW! Endava Carpooling Program

The NOW! Endava Carpooling app offers their more than 10.000 employees a smarter way to commute to work. In the central Europe region alone, there are more than one thousand employees who commute to work every day mostly by car. The app connects with co-workers living nearby, lessens traffic congestion during peak hours, reduces people’s environmental footprint and offers a scalable parking solution by freeing up parking.

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New Talent | Milan Bergheim

re:wet/peat:lab — peatland monitoring made easy

Peat:lab is a measuring device that greatly simplifies comprehensive peatland monitoring and thus aims to accelerate the rewetting of peatlands. This can save 7% of German CO2 emissions. The peat:lab quickly builds a digital twin of the peatlands, which serves as a planning basis, certificate and biomass marketplace and knowledge transfer. Terrain heights, water levels, peat thickness and vegetation composition via AI are recorded.

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UX Design Award | Nominated