Apple took home two awards in the 2003 Industrial Design Excellence Awards, presented by the Industrial Designers Society of America and sponsored by BusinessWeek.
Apple picked up a Gold Award for its 12-inch and 17-inch PowerBooks and a Silver Award for its Xserve. The winners of this years awards were honored for using "design to push traditional brands into new markets, extend well-known brands into new products, and invent something totally new, cool, and useful."
Apple's two trophies give the company a total of 19 over the past five years. It leads all companies in the total number of awards.
This story, "Apple wins Industrial Design Excellence Awards" was originally published by PCWorld.