Create Awards 2014: The Interactive shortlist has been announced!

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Published:  August 11, 2014
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Now in its 10th year, the 2014 Create Design Awards is celebrating the thin line between what makes design and what design makes. And twice a week, we will be announcing the shortlisted entries for each category. Today, it’s Interactive.

Sponsored by desktop, this year’s shortlisted entrants include Cook, Eness, Two Bulls and Designworks.

The judges were looking for outstanding concept, creativity, aesthetic craft and functional delivery, considering limitations that the chosen medium presents. The award recognises outstanding communication through online ads, augmented reality, phone applications, digital games and other forms of interactive design.

The shortlisted entries are listed below. Head over to createawards.com.au to see the images and rationales for each entry in full.

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Studio: Cook
Project: Cook – The Worlds Cookbook
Client: new startup

“Cook is the place to create, share and discover recipes.It’s your very own Cook Book designed specifically for iPad and iOS7, helping you create beautiful recipes and share them with family, friends and the world…”

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Studio: Eness
Project: Creation Cinema
Client: Museum Victoria

“The Creation Cinema, is an immersive multi-sensory experience inviting visitors to share a moment of spiritual and sensory awakening. It represents the essence of creation for Victorian Aboriginal people, showing their spiritual connection to country…”

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Studio: Two Bulls
Project: Grovers Block Party
Client: Sesame Workshop

“Showcased at CES-2014, this app gave a glimpse of the future #InternetOfThings: real-world and smart devices connect seamlessly to enhance how we learn/work/play…”

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Studio: Designworks
Project: Hundreds & Thousands
Client: The Benevolent Society

“The Hundreds and Thousands light installation is designed as an interactive sculpture. A tunnel for people to walk through, the Hundreds and Thousands sculpture is essentially a net of thousands of LED lights…”

http://www.createawards.com.au/

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