Finally… the results are in. After a few months the Mozilla Design Challenge Summer 09 has come to an end. A total of 128 concepts were send in, which we (Mozilla, IxDA and Johnny) judged on four different categories: innovation, execution, interaction and producible. Let’s see what concepts won.
The judging of the concepts was done in two steps. First the entire team of judges went through a selection of the concepts (33% per person). Everybody rated the concepts individually on the four different categories. After this the (+-) top 10 concepts of each category was picked out. Each judge had to rate them from 1 to 10, related to the category that the concept was in. This resulted in the winners below, best of their own category (eg: so the best producable isn’t necessarily very innovative). But I must say that there are more good concepts beside these winners, so you must definitely also check the honorable mentions on the Mozilla Labs Challenge site.
Best in class: innovation
TabViz by Liz Blankenship, Jakob Hilden & Kerry Kao
Best in Class: Execution
Collapsible Tab Groups by Martin Polley
Best in Class: Interaction
Wave Concept by Darby Thomas, Danielle Kanastab & Alex Mattice
Best in class: producible
Favitabs by by Grady Kelly
People’s choice award
Cubezilla by Grady Kelly