Apple Design Awards presented at WWDC

Apple on Tuesday night presented its anual Apple Design Awards during a special presentation at the company's Worldwide Developers Conference being held in San Francisco, Calif. The design awards recognize technical excellence and outstanding achievement in Mac OS X software design and development.

The winners of this year's awards are:

Best Leopard Application

Delicious Library 2.0 (alpha) -- Delicious Monster

Runner-up

iBank 3.0a -- IGG Software

Best Mac OS X User Experience

Coda 1.0 -- Panic

Runner-up

Sandvox 1.2 -- Karelia Software

Best Developer Tool

CSSEdit 2.5 -- MacRabbit

Runner-up

rooSwitch 1.1.8

Best Game

World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade 2.0 -- Blizzard Entertainment

Runner-up

Wacky Mini Golf 1.0.1 -- DanlabG

Best Scientific Computing Solution

Papers 1.0 -- Alexander Griekspoor and Tom Groothuis

Runner-up

SingleCrystal 1.3 -- CrystalMaker Software

Best Dashboard Widget

BART Widget 1.0 -- Bret Victor

Runner-up

PEMDAS 1.1 -- Michael Filippone

Best Student Product

Picturesque 1.0 -- Zac Cohen

Runner-up

Pathway 1.0 -- Dennis Lorson

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