Based on community feedback, we've made some changes to the 2020 award categories. UX for Commerce is a brand new category for the 2020 Awards, and as always, you'll see the judges award the title of Best UX to a student or team, across all categories.
Non-profit organizations fill a unique and vital space in the Lower Mainland. Great user experiences are essential to improving the way non-profits work with their partners, communities, and stakeholders. This award recognizes charities and foundations, social campaigns, professional associations, and public sector enterprises. Entrants should demonstrate how they’ve created a user experience that helps a non-profit organization achieve its goals and/or serve its members.
Student projects help to remind the rest of us of what’s possible. This award celebrates the work done in courses, extra-curricular activities, or portfolio projects—provided the solutions were not designed for commercial purposes. To submit for this award applicants must be registered at a B.C. post-secondary institution during the 2019-2020 academic year.
This is for commercial websites, e-commerce, B2B, contests, and marketing-driven campaigns. Your users are the audiences you seek to inform, guide, influence and/or sell to —and your submission shares this story with us. This category requires that submissions are or were live during the past year (October 2019 to 2020) and include metrics that matter and can demonstrate their impact. No concepts will be accepted.
Digital products play an essential role in our everyday lives. We monitor our health, finances, or happiness, use digital apps and services to make our lives easier, connect with others, and to make intentional decisions about our behaviour. This award honours the incredible BC-based products whose digital experiences enrich and engage across a broad spectrum of domains.
The Vancouver UX Awards are excited to announce that the 2020 Virtual Gala will be hosted by Robert MacKie, Engagement Manager (People and Culture) of TELUS Digital, and Alejandra Porta, a freelance product designer and the co-creator of Shine Bootcamp.