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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

Websites and Web Platforms

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Web-accessible interactive experiences.

Winners

AutoDraw

AutoDraw

Google's AutoDraw is a web-based tool that uses machine learning to help users draw on their phone, tablet, or computer.

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Finalists

AldoShoes.com

AldoShoes.com

The redesigned web platform of global footwear and accessories retailer Aldo.

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PharrellWilliams.com

PharrellWilliams.com

Designed by FiveHundred, Pharrell Williams' official website, archiving two decades of his work.

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SFBallet.org

SFBallet.org

The new web platform of the San Francisco Ballet, designed by Method, Inc.

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TechnologyReview.com

TechnologyReview.com

The new MIT Technology Review website, designed by Upstatement.

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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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Honorable Mentions

Boston.gov

Boston.gov

The redesign of the city of Boston's official website.

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Christopher Kimball's Milk Street

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street

The new web platform of the cooking education initiative Christopher Kimball's Milk Street.

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Educate

Educate

Launched by Intercom, Educate is a digital help center and messenger platform that uses machine learning to help businesses provide better customer service online.

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Ellevest Website

Ellevest Website

The website of Ellevest, an investment company geared toward women.

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EXIF.co

EXIF.co

The web platform of Exif.co, a company that helps photographers, designers, and brands get credit for their work online using smart digital watermarks.

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FloodHelpNY.org

FloodHelpNY.org

Created by IDEO and the Center for NYC Neighborhoods, a platform that helps New Yorkers assess their flood risk and understand how they can prepare for future floods.

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Google Earth

Google Earth

Google's update to Google Earth, enabling enhanced virtual exploration of nature, art, and culture around the world.

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Harvard Graduate School of Design

Harvard Graduate School of Design

The website of Harvard Graduate School of Design, redesigned by Upstatement.

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New American Economy

New American Economy

Designed by Upstatement, the web platform of New American Economy, a data-driven, bipartisan nonprofit working toward sensible immigration reform.

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News @ Northeastern

News @ Northeastern

The new digital publication of Northeastern University's newspaper, designed by Upstatement.

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PullString

PullString

The web platform of PullString, which uses machine learning to help creative teams and brands create emotionally engaging content.

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Soy Route

Soy Route

Designed by Wieden + Kennedy, Soy Route was a Dark Web marketplace that used an AI spokesrobot to market Soylent products to consumers critical of traditional advertising.

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Stash.ai

Stash.ai

Stash.ai's mobile app organizes your internet bookmarks with machine learning, like an AI librarian.

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TasteCooking.com

TasteCooking.com

Designed by Upstatement, the new website of online cooking magazine Taste.

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Through the Dark

Through the Dark

An interactive film designed by R/GA Sydney for Australian hip-hop group Hilltop Hoods as a promotion for Google Play Music in Australia.

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