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Meet the Jurors

Our panel of seven leading interactive media professionals spent ten weeks thoroughly reviewing this year’s entries.

Click on any juror name or picture to read a biography and view a video clip.

Ingrid Bernstein Ingrid Bernstein
JWT New York
New York, NY


Nikolai Cornell Nikolai Cornell
Obscura Digital
San Francisco, CA


Brooke Nanberg Brooke Nanberg
Jayne Agency
Chicago, IL


Rachel Pasqua Rachel Pasqua
iCrossing
New York, NY


Mathew Ranauro Mathew Ranauro
Publicis & Hal Riney
San Francisco, CA


Hilary Read Hilary Read
EWI Worldwide
Los Angeles, CA


Glen Sheehan Glen Sheehan
T3
Austin, TX

2010 Interactive Annual Winners

This year’s winners were selected, by our distinguished jury, from a group of entries including Web sites, Kiosks, CD-ROM projects and mobile devices. The 39 winning projects are showcased below, and in further detail in the March/April 2010 issue of Communication Arts magazine.

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A universal characteristic found in all 38 award-winning projects was a minimalist approach to design: presenting one idea, one tool or one piece of functionality that’s relevant. We saw many projects get to the point quickly, and the development of mobile apps is driving this trend toward simplicity in design and interaction.


Video continued to be a dominant theme in this year’s 35 winning entries. We saw several innovative uses, including transitions, backgrounds and even a few customized paths. We also saw many projects taking advantage of the Web’s social culture by incorporating user-generated content.


Besides the proliferation of video, 2007’s 32 winning entries exemplify the trend towards increased engagement on the Web. At least a third of the winners used some form of entertainment to connect their audience with a brand. In addtion, corresponding production budgets have increased to reflect the growing importance of the Web in integrated campaigns.