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Innovation By Design Awards 2017

Innovation By Design Awards 2017

Fast Company’s sixth annual Innovation By Design Awards drew more than 2,500 submissions. The 299 honorees, chosen by expert judges in 13 categories, represent the best products, services, interfaces, and ideas of 2017. Read on and get inspired.

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Innovation By Design 2017 Categories

General Excellence

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The most innovative designs with no category restrictions, selected by Fast Company editors.

Winners

Pro Hijab

Pro Hijab

Nike's breathable, lightweight performance hijab for Muslim women athletes.

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Finalists

Allo

Allo

Google's smart messaging app.

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BioDesign Studio

BioDesign Studio

A permanent exhibition at The Tech Museum designed to make synthetic biology more accessible to the public.

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IEX Stock Exchange

IEX Stock Exchange

A stock exchange, designed to bring fairness, simplicity, and transparency to the market.

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Levi’s Commuter

Levi’s Commuter

A jacket designed for urban commuting. By connecting with your mobile device through touch, it allows commuters to use mobile phones hands-free.

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Robinhood Gold

Robinhood Gold

A collection of digital tools for experienced investors.

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Shanghai Tower

Shanghai Tower

The tallest building in China and one of the most advanced sustainable tall buildings in the world.

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Visa

Visa

Visa's new digital design system.

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Watson

Watson

A pioneering collection of “cognitive” computing capabilities that can understand, reason, learn, and interact.

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Honorable Mentions

Affirm

Affirm

A mobile app powered by micro-lender Affirm that lets you split online purchases into easy monthly payments.

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Aristotle

Aristotle

A voice-activated smart baby monitor powered by Mattel.

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Data Science Experience

Data Science Experience

IBM's Data Science Experience is an interactive, collaborative, cloud-based social environment that offers tools for data scientists.

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Daydream View

Daydream View

The Daydream View is a headset and controller for experiencing high-quality, immersive virtual reality with mobile phones.

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Dropbox Paper

Dropbox Paper

An all-in-one work platform, featuring an online word processor, wikis, and task management tools.

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Google Home

Google Home

Google's smart speaker and home assistant.

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Nike Zoom Vaporfly 4%

Nike Zoom Vaporfly 4%

A high-performance running shoe designed for the needs of world-class marathon runners.

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Oculus Touch

Oculus Touch

A pair of tracked wireless controllers that deliver hand presence—the feeling that your VR hands are actually your own.

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Ori

Ori

A robotic furniture system from Ori and Fuseproject.

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Ripple

Ripple

A wearable device meant to make it easier to meet new people.

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Target Open House

Target Open House

Located in San Francisco, Open House is Target's experimental store for the connected home, showcasing smart and IoT devices.

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USAFacts

USAFacts

A data visualization tool that aims to make dense government data easy to understand, visually digestible, and accessible to everyone.

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