Best of Digital Design judges awarded a silver medal to a Washington Post portfolio featuring interactive stories. It is the competition’s 11th silver medal.
Best of Digital Design judges awarded The New York Times’ organizational portfolio a silver medal. It was the 10th silver medal awarded in the competition.
Best of Digital Design judges awarded NPR’s “Planet Money Makes a T-Shirt” presentation two medals in two different categories.
Tbe Best of Digital Design judges awarded National Geographic a silver award in the single story project category for its “Last Song” digital edition article; the 7th silver medal.
Best of Digital Design judges have awarded The Guardian a silver medal in the “Use of Multimedia” category for its Firestorm presentation. It is the competition’s fifth silver medal.
The Best of Digital Design judges have given National Geographic a silver medal in the use of multimedia category for its presentation on Serengeti lions. It is the competition’s fourth silver medal.
The backbone of digital judging is, of course, the judges. Along with the coordinators of this year’s event in Indianapolis, these professionals have sorted through and evaluated entries from publications worldwide and across platforms.
Best of Digital Design judges have awarded the second silver medal of the competition to The New York Times’ single-subject, project on runners and spectators’ thoughts and memories from the moment when the Boston Marathon bombing happened.
The judges have converged in Indianapolis at the Ball State University Indianapolis Center to begin the Best of Digital Design competition. We have a record number of entries for the digital competition this year.
We are now accepting entries for the 4th annual Best of Digital Design Competition, highlighting the best digital stories, websites, mobile and tablet apps of 2013.