Congratulations to Potion for their 2nd consecutive year as a finalist in the Interactive Design category for the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Awards!!
An official White House project created to increase national awareness of the role of design, the National Design Awards are given annually by the Smithsonian’s Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum in recognition of excellence, innovation, and lasting achievement in design.
The Interaction Design Award is given to an individual or firm for the innovative design of digital technology. It is based on a body of work verses a specific project.
The jury gives careful consideration to the designers and firms whose work best embodies the Awards’ mission and portfolios are judged based on excellence, innovation and enhancement of the quality of life. Extraordinary originality in identifying, shaping, and solving problems is valued highly, and nominees whose work significantly broadens the conventions of their discipline, introduces formal innovation, and exhibits consistently high levels of imagination and insight are given special consideration.
The award ceremony will take place in October at the White House hosted by the first lady.