The UX Design Awards are a global competition for outstanding user and customer experience – core topics that shape all areas of life.

Design is about improving people’s lives. We believe that human-centered design can create positive change, as it helps us to understand the real aims, wishes and emotions of real people – and by doing so enables us to create meaningful solutions for actual needs.

The UX Design Awards reflect the huge impact of user experience design on shaping a positive living environment for all. Originating in 2008 as a show for good usability, we established the Awards in 2015. Ever since, the UX Design Awards have been honoring great user experiences in a class of their own.

The annual competition is open for products, services, environments, prototypes and concepts as well as for future-oriented visions. The awards present all nominated projects in an exhibition at the global technology show IFA in Berlin, Germany.

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1/13–5/15/2020
IDZ Event

Call for Entries
The UX Design Awards 2020 are open for entries until 15 May!

From now until 15 May, companies, agencies, UX professionals and young designers worldwide can submit their experience solutions for the UX Design Awards 2020.

Two newly introduced award categories – “New Talent” and “Vision” – complement the competition for the best user-centric projects this year.


more information here: ux-design-awards.com



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UX Design Awards – Organization Office
T +49 (0)30 61 62 321-17
F +49 (0)30 61 62 321-0
contact@ux-design-awards.com


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