“Ars Technica” has named its 2010 Mac OS X Ars Design Award winners, honors the publication decided to bestow after Apple limited its 2010 Worldwide Developer Conference Awards to iPhone OS apps. You can read all about the Ars Design Awards — including who the judges were and what the prizes are — at http://arstechnica.com/apple/news/2010/06/2010-ars-design-award-winners-for-mac-os-x-software.ars?old=mobile, but here are a list of the winners:

° Best New Mac OS X App: Transmit 4 by Panic
Runner up: 1Password 3 by Agile Web Solutions

° Best Mac OS X User Experience: Tweetie for Mac by atebits
Runner up: Transmit 4 by Panic

° Most Innovative Mac OS X App: Dropbox by Dropbox
Runner up: Snippets by Lucky Ants

° Best Mac OS X App for Education: Papers by Mekentosj
Runner up: Soulver by Aqualia

° Best Student-created Mac OS X App: Schoolhouse 3 by Logan Collins
Runner up: jitouch2 by Supasorn Suwajanakorn & Sukolsak Sakshuwong

° Reader’s Choice Award: 1Password 3 by Agile Web Solutions
Runner up: Dropbox by Dropbox