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Design Director: Tobias Wibbeke Design Team: Tina Marusic
Gold in UX, Interface & Navigation
For IntegrityNext, a company specialising in the multi-tier monitoring of supply-chains, we designed a comprehensive user interface design system for the digital compliance product of the B2B brand and implemented the design language on several touchpoints such as corporate website, supplier registration forms, compliance dashboard and further more.
Ouno Creative
Design Director: John Balchin
Design Team: Adrian Broadway, Simon Pipe, Mark Bonsor, Ellis Hudson, Sam Hawes
Gold in Interactive Design; Silver in UX, Interface & Navigation
Ouno Creative is a UK leader in the design and development of touch screens and multi-touch tables. When GKN Aerospace wanted to communicate
their wide range of services at the 2018 Farnborough Airshow, a pair of
86” state-of-the-art PCAP touch tables was the perfect solution. Twin touch tables were installed, one at either end of GKN’s pavilion space. One table displayed a holistic overview of the company’s global operations, while the other showcased GKN’s technical capabilities and drilled down into more detail about what they do. The tables featured Tangible Object Recognition, supporting up to 6 trigger objects at one time. Each trigger object - a round, weighted puck - generated it’s own digital content when placed on the table. Getting multiple tangible objects to work simultaneously on a PCAP surface was a technical first in the UK and Europe. But two at once? That will take some beating.
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Design Director: Andrew Gatford
Design Team: Vikki Paterson, Chatura Fernando, Peter Loveland, Sasha Williamson, Tom Waterton, Simon Moore
Silver in UX, Interface & Navigation; Bronze in Interactive Design
The IBM Event Steams team have redesigned today’s experience of Apache KafkaTM, a highly technical and complex data streaming tool, to create a new user experience for data storing and transporting. The solution guides users through their Kafka tasks in a visually appealing user interface and offers an integrated support community around the product. IBM Event Streams sits in the middle of a organisations infrastructure, integrating separate applications enabling the business to access all their realtime information. The design team’s overall goals were to create a product that will meet the needs of a Kafka power user, but also doesn’t overwhelm new users; to allow a user of any
level to easily understand the health of their Kafka installation so that Dev-Ops Engineers can easily copy their data to another location as a back up; and lastly to create a support experience for all of our customers to build trust in IBM Event Stream and what our technology can do.

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