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UX gurus recognize Justinmind at Design for Experience Awards

UX gurus recognize Justinmind at Design for Experience Awards


We are proud to say that Justinmind was among the top finalists to receive an International Design for Experience Award in the Innovative Technique or Tool category. The International Awards program, sponsored by UX Mag, seeks to “recognize people, teams, products, services, and companies that have achieved success in the field of experience design.”

Nominees for the 24 main categories of the program included prestigious people and organizations that we all, here at Justinmind recognize and admire, and from which we can always learn something of value, think of Citrix, DDB & Tribal Worldwide and Atlassian, to name a few.

As finalists in our category, we were in the company of MailChimp, Gauge Design, and the winner Lookback.

The inaugural edition of the DfE brought together a remarkable roster of judges, all masters, and persons of reference when it comes to UX experience, like Jan Jursa or Indi Young for instance. So, even though we did not win first place, it always feels good to get recognition from experts and to be the only prototyping tool that fit into the category of “innovative tool that affects the quality and success of the design of experiences” and made it that far.

“recognize people, teams, products, services, and companies that have achieved success in the field of experience design.”

More importantly, we hope this is the result of, and continues to translate into happy and successful Justinmind users. Thank you guys for your continued support.

We encourage you to take a look at the cases and winners in the DfE website

http://awards.designforexperience.com/categories/2013/innovative-technique-or-tool

Xavier Renom

About the Author

How to define, validate and review applications before starting to code are his thing. He is interested in everything related to web, mobile and desktop apps and how to prototype and simulate them before development starts. After hours he’s flexing his math muscles.

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