Apple announces its 2021 Apple Design Award winners

June 10, 2021 at 23:05

Apple incorporated the announcement of this year’s Apple Design Award winners into its virtual Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) online event, instead of waiting until the event had wrapped, like last year.
Ahead of WWDC, Apple previewed the finalists, whose apps and games showcased a combination of technical achievement, design and ingenuity.
This evening, Apple announced the winners across six new award categories.
In the Inclusivity category, winners supported people from a diversity of backgrounds, abilities and languages.
This year, winners included U.S.-based Aconite’s highly accessible game, HoloVista, where users can adjust various options for motion control, text sizes, text contrast, sound, and visual effect intensity.
In the Delight and Fun, category, winners offer memorable and engaging experiences enhanced by Apple technologies.
The Interaction category winners showcase apps that offer intuitive interfaces and effortless controls, Apple says.
U.K.’s ustwo games won in this category for Alba, a game that teaches about respecting the environment as players save wildlife, repair a bridge, clean up trash and more.
The Visuals and Graphics winners feature “stunning imagery, skillfully drawn interfaces, and high-quality animations,” Apple says.
Innovation winners included India’s NaadSadhana, an all-in-one, studio-quality music app that helps artists perform and publish.
The winners this year will receive a prize package that includes hardware and the award itself.
“This year’s Apple Design Award winners have redefined what we’ve come to expect from a great app experience, and we congratulate them on a well-deserved win,” said Susan Prescott, Apple’s vice president of Worldwide Developer Relations, in a statement.

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