Create Awards 2015: Interactive shortlist announced

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Published:  August 19, 2015
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Now in its 11th year, the Create Design Awards celebrates the creative industry, awarding exceptional talent in a vast array of creative fields. And as you may already know,we are announcing the shortlisted entries for each category each day. We have unveiled the shortlists for Emerging Talent, Identity and Illustration categories. And now, we’re unveiling the shortlist entrants for the Interactive category.

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The Interactive award recognises outstanding communication through online ads, augmented reality, phone applications, digital games and other forms of interactive design. Entries were judged on concept, creativity, aesthetic appeal and functional delivery, considering limitations that the chosen medium presents.

The shortlist entrants include Betanarratives, Conduct and Matt Huynh (SBS).

RCH_Still_05Okee In Medical Imaging
Studio: Conduct
Client: Royal Children’s Hospital
“Medical procedures and tests can be scary and daunting for children and their parents. We worked to deliver a fun and immersive game for children which takes them on an engaging journey, building the skills necessary to cope with their impending procedures…”

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Studio: Betanarratives
“New interactive narrative collective, Betanarratives launched their first piece ‘Skin Deep’ in collaboration with the Digital Writers Festival 2015. ‘Skin Deep’ is about how how tattoos – permanent marks in an age of impermanence – can represent the desire to control the uncontrollable…”

05The Boat
Studio: SBS, Matt Huynh
“The Boat is an interactive graphic novel set after the fall of Saigon. Based on the acclaimed story by Nam Le, this urgent and immediate comic presents unavoidable connections to challenges for today’s asylum seekers…”

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To see shortlisted submissions in detail, head over to www.createawards.com.au.
Watch this space for more shortlist announcements over the next few days.

 

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