Apple Announces WWDC17 Apple Design Award Recipients
This years' Apple Design Awards recipients spanned the globe, ranging from novel games designed by a single developer to larger productions developed across a staff of full time coders and artists.
1. Ryan McLeod of Blackbox
2. Itay Keren and Simon Kono show off Mushroom 11
3. Leonardo Chiantini and Giovanni Simonicca show Airmail
4. Old Man's Journey from team of ten located in Vienna, Austria.
5. Kitchen Stories, a food preparation app created by a group of 30 developers, content creators and staff located in Berlin, Germany
6. Lake is a "destress" coloring app that presents professionally created illustrations for users to color by hand or using Apple Pencil on iPad Pro. Created by a team of five from Slovenia.
User's In App Purchases support the work of popular illustration artists who have large followings on Instagram. The app presents a five piece toolkit for coloring, including an acrylic brush, watercolor brush, spray, fill and an eraser. Lake's developers expressed appreciation for Apple's new attention to revamping the App Store in iOS 11 to highlight new apps and In App releases, and to make content easier to find.
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