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Innovation By Design Awards 2015

Innovation By Design Awards 2015

This year’s entries were as strong as we’ve ever seen, with over 1,500 projects from across the globe. In the eyes of our esteemed judges, the projects you'll find below were the best of the best. There were only 13 winners anointed in the entire competition. Each of them represent what's best about design today: Big ideas, meticulously thought out details, and a clear viewpoint about how we live now—and how it could be better.

There's more: On top of those 12 honorees, you can find equally inspiring work, in the finalists for each of the 13 categories, which are linked below.

See past winners: 2014 | 2013 | 2012

Innovation By Design 2015 Categories

Students

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The kids are alright. This year's Innovation By Design awards were marked by a particularly awesome set of student entries. Many of them are tantalizingly close to becoming great products; others offer a working prototype of what the future might hold.
Judges: Nadine Chahine, D'Wayne Edwards, Alice Twemlow, John Edson

Winners

Cord UIS

Cord UIS

Everyone hates cords: they're cumbersome, quick to tangle and constantly in the way. But what if you could interact with your appliance's cable in way that is actually useful? Cord UIs are embedded with sensors, so that tying your cord in a knot can dim a light, or placing a clamp on a cable can put a computer into sleep mode.

Finalists

FOLD

FOLD

LINK

LINK

Soarigami

Soarigami

The Museum of Stolen Art

The Museum of Stolen Art

The Techstyle Haus

The Techstyle Haus

The Touch Technology

The Touch Technology

Tip Yourself

Tip Yourself

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