Intern Abuser Wins Two Pixel Awards
Our sinister contraption won the top honors in the “Weird” category, as well as the ever-popular “People’s Choice” award in the “Weird” category. What can we say? We know what people like.
A ground-breaking interactive experiment in high-tech tomfoolery, the Intern Abuser event was an international success. The experience fused custom robotics, HTML, digital and mechanical gaming elements, and lighthearted skullduggery into a hilarious cybernetic fun machine. Players from all over the world were granted an exclusive opportunity to aim and fire Neo-Pangea's robotic weaponry over the Internet at targets in the office. Meanwhile, live video feeds and social media components kept participants actively engaged via an elegant custom browser-based interface. See what all the fuss was about here.
The Pixel Awards judges are proven innovators in their fields with broad web expertise and a knack for spotting extraordinary talent with fairness and accuracy. They are executives, creatives, and visionaries at top agencies and websites covering a diverse cross-section of industries - art and design, marketing and advertising, product development and technology, and usability.
The judges look for a creative and technical blend of impeccable graphic design, artistry, technological expertise, and a powerful, stimulating user experience. These apps and sites are the best of the web and mobile, folks, so it's necessary to evaluate each app and site against the following criteria:
- Innovation – The app or site must bring something new to the table, break barriers.
- Content – All the words, music, animation, video, and info on the site.
- Navigation – How users move around the app or site.
- Visual design – Graphic appearance of the app or site.
- Functionality – Creative and efficient use of technology, interactivity, and usability.
- Overall app or site experience – All of the above combined, the overall impression.