2015 [app] design awards UK

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

demand design, celebrate courage


Key Dates

28 October 2015 - Earlybird Deadline
11 November 2015 - Standard Deadline
25 November 2015 - Late Deadline
26 November 2015 - Judging & Ratings
3 December 2015 - Rating Closes
4 December 2015 - Winners Announced
10 December 2015 - Awards Presentation






Gold Winner 

Project Overview

Driven by rapid growth, one of the U.K.’s leading insurers turned to Mendix's application platform to quickly create high-value applications that streamline broker interactions and support the development of innovative new insurance products. The speed, simplicity, and completeness of Mendix's application platform enabled LV= to complete strategic projects with unprecedented speed. With Mendix, LV= is able to develop sophisticated applications in less time and at a lower cost. “We really like the holistic nature of the platform – from ideation to deployment,” said Willmott. “That was important to us. We have the ability to do more than merely create apps. We’re using the agile methodology and Mendix is a collaborative platform to capture user requirements as well as create automated solutions. Deployment and hosting are very easy and affordable, too. We don’t have to worry about technical design or hosting or provisioning servers – it’s all self-contained.

Nomination Commissioner

London Victoria – LV

Nomination Creator


The current pick of the crop apps have moved from roll your own to accelerating by using platforms, tools and frameworks,  just like yours. The winner of this category will be a dev platform or service that makes the App life cycle go easier than other alternatives, it will power features that would have taken years to bring to market and allow App Designers to run and jump where if they had to do it themselves they would just be imagining their solution

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