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Interactive Annual 18

Meet the Jurors

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

Click on any juror name or picture to read a biography.

Keith ButtersKeith Butters
Chief Experience Officer, Co-founder
The Barbarian

Kelly GotoKelly Goto

Michael PottsMichael Potts
Vice President, Design
Turner Sports

Kim ReesKim Rees
Co-founder/Head of Information
Visualization Periscopic

David WrightDavid Wright
Lead Interactive Designer

2012 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 35 winning projects are showcased below, and in further detail in the March/April 2012 issue of Communication Arts magazine.

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The 35 projects chosen for our 17th Interactive Annual represent the surge in both social media strategy for brands and the multi-touch and gestural interfaces inherent in mobile computing.

The 39 projects chosen for our 16th Interactive Annual show an important industry evolution: user-centered design. Whether direct response, advertising, entertainment or information, thorough, considered content is being presented in ways that make the best use of technology and align with the way people use it.

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.