Apple Announces Software Design Award Winners
Apple Design Awards Recognize the Innovation that Makes Macintosh Software
CUPERTINO, California–May 14, 1998–Apple Computer, Inc. today announced
the winners and runners-up of its third annual software design contest for
Mac OS developers. The Apple Design Awards honor applications which
showcase the innovation, ease-of-use and integration of Apple technologies
that make Macintosh software unique. This year’s Design Award winners were
announced yesterday at a ceremony during Apple’s annual Worldwide
Developers Conference (WWDC).
“Apple Design Awards recognize and applaud the outstanding accomplishments
of Mac OS developers around the world that lead the industry in innovation
and differentiate our platform,” said Clent Richardson, senior director of
Worldwide Developer Relations at Apple. “Mac developers have blazed trails
for the industry in publishing, education, consumer, content and games
software, and these awards celebrate these pioneering efforts.”
Apple Design Award Winners and Runners-Up Apple Design Award winners and
runners-up were selected in the following categories:
Best Look & Feel
Best Apple Technology Adoption
Following are this year’s Apple Design Award winners and runners-up listed
Most Innovative Winner:
Flash 2, Macromedia
Legacy of Time: The Journeyman Project 3, Presto Studios, Inc.
Office 98 Macintosh Edition, Microsoft Corporation
Best Look & Feel Winner:
Preflight Pro 1.0, Extensis Corporation
PlusMaker 1.0.1, Alsoft, Inc.
Virtual PC 2.0, Connectix Corporation
Best Apple Technology Adoption Winner:
Stuffit Deluxe 4.5, Aladdin Systems, Inc.
PowerMail 2.0, CTM Development
FaceSpan 3.0, Digital Technology International
Winners and runners-up receive a trophy and the right to use the associated
prize logo to market their products.
Apple Design Award information and contest rules are available from Apple’s
website at: www.devworld.apple.com/designaward/. Developers with questions
regarding the awards may contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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with the Apple II, and reinvented the personal computer in the 1980s with
the Macintosh. Apple is now recommitted to its original mission-to bring
the best personal computing products and support to students, educators,
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