Ever since a young Steve Jobs audited a calligraphy class and sparked the taste that has driven modern consumer computing, Apple had prided itself on pixel-perfect design. And this year, for the first time, iPhone Web Apps and (beta) App Store apps were eligible for Apple's WWDC-delivered Design Awards. (Which makes sense, given the iPhone was released less than a year ago...)
According to Apple's Developer Connection, the awards:
Recognize technical excellence, innovation, and outstanding achievement in software development. With new categories for iPhone development, this year’s Apple Design Awards [were] more exciting than ever.
And this year, the Jobsy's went to:
Be sure to check out Apple's gallery for screen shots of all the winners!
And a hearty congratulations (and thanks!) from TiPb to all the winners, and to everyone who showed up to develop! We look forward to enjoying the fruits of your labors :)