WONDR are proud to share that 4 of our clients have been shortlisted at the international UX Design Awards.
The UX Design Awards are one of the most prestigious international awarding bodies, who honor the impact accomplished UX design has on shaping a positive living environment for all. Congratulations to our lovely clients and the fantastic WONDR team who worked together to deliver world class work.
The awards are run by the International Design Centre Berlin, who this year celebrate their 50th anniversary. Previous winners at the UX Design Awards include Mercedes Benz, Microsoft, Samsung, Philips, Dyson and Bang & Olufsen to name but a few.
All Award Winners for this year will be announced during the #UXDA22 Virtual Award Ceremony on 1 March 2022. In addition to the main awards, there will also be a special public vote award through the UX Design Awards site. The online vote will be running until 28 February and we would welcome your support for any of our entries highlighted below.
The 4 projects that have been nominated are:
Package Portal App
Innovative design to bring Decentralised Finance (DeFi) for the delivery data industry.
ESB Networks Website
Helping Ireland as a nation to be updated on the national power network.
The world’s first Fintech Private Social Network, ‘La Plaça’, delivers a Netflix of Banking experience to empower & reward the community with financial control.
ESB Generation & Trading
The Realtime Trading Visualisation (RTV) application was designed to enable engineers to manage and trade the power generated from ESB’s power grid (including renewables).
Global Award-Winning Work
These award nominations follow on from our recent success where we collected 4 awards at the International Vega awards, all of which validates the consistent quality & innovation that WONDR’s delivers across the globe.
Diarmuid Ó Sé Founder
All these projects were built from excellent collaborations with our client partners. We believe the more open the collaboration is, the more likely you will deliver innovation that is globally recognised.