2015 [app] design awards AUS

mobile, web, IoT, desktop, connected devices
design champion, best studio, best start-up & IoT
plus 20 specialist nomination categories

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From ground-breaking apps accelerating medical research to apps helping consumers make healthier choices, we're looking for apps that are making health information and medical services more accessible to all.

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Nominations in Category

Better Health Channel for Android - Department of Health and Human Services (Victoria) / Outware Mobile


- Silver

The Better Health Channel app helps users take control of their health and wellbeing anytime and anywhere. The latest version of the Better Health Channel Android app includes a complete refresh of the user interface using Material Design conventions. The results is a more intuitive experience for users by providing context and cues that are subtle but grounded by the rules of physics, while being open to imagination and delight.

Okee in Medical Imaging - The Royal Children's Hospital / Conduct


- Gold

Having a medical imaging appointment can be overwhelming and distressing for young patients. The Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne (RCH) and Conduct have developed a mobile and tablet application that utilises games, videos, photography and text to prepare children and families for medical imaging scans in a fun and engaging way. The application explores CT, MRI, ultrasound, nuclear medicine, X-ray and fluoroscopy in detail. A research study was conducted in conjunction with development. The study demonstrated that app usage was successful in reducing parent and radiographer perceptions of patient anxiety, increasing patient compliance and reducing preparation time required in hospital.

Free Cuppa for the Driver Apps - Orange, Cabonne Councils


- Silver

Fatigue is one of the three big killers on NSW roads. Free Cuppa is an application created to support the Free Cuppa for the Driver Campaign. The campaign encourages drivers to take the time to arrive alive. The campaign began in 2010, however in 2015 Marones took the paper based scheme offered by Local Government Road Safety Officers and created the Free Cuppa Apps. Drivers visiting Bathurst, Blayney, Cabonne, Dubbo, Forbes, Gilgandra, Gwydir, Lachlan, Moree Plains, Narrabri, Orange, Parkes, Warrumbungle and Wellington council areas are offered a free cup of coffee or tea at participating businesses.

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25 August 2015 - Earlybird Deadline
8 September 2015 - Standard Deadline
29 September 2015 - Extended Deadline