How is design evolving — around the world? What are the groundbreaking trends, and who’s behind them? The German Design Award is one of the most widely recognised international design awards, honouring first-rate entries in the field of product and communications design.
Prizes will only be awarded to projects that truly represent pioneering contributions to the German and international design landscape. The highly esteemed, international jury guarantees this. To be precise, 46 design specialists from 11 countries.
Bit Finer, one of the boldest digital agencies from Estonia received two awards at the German Design Award 2019. It is a great recognition of the agency and to Estonian design in general.
If you happen to be in Frankfurt, be sure to go to the exhibition at the Museum Angewandte Kunst (9–24 February 2019).
The two UX/UI projects, KAFO and Tavex, that received the awards have had an enormous amount of success so far, making the German Design Award 2019 as the seventh award so far.
Current awards of UX/UI design projects KAFO and Tavex
- German Design Awards 2019, Special Award (KAFO)
- German Design Awards 2019, Special Award (Tavex)
- European Design Awards 2018, Finalist (KAFO)
- Baltic Ecommerce Summit 2018, The winner of food & drinks category (KAFO)
- Baltic Ecommerce Summit 2018, Winner & Best in Latvia (Tavex)
- Golden Egg Design Contest 2018, Golden Egg (Tavex)
- Golden Egg Design Contest 2018, Silver Egg (KAFO)
Bit Finer wants to sincerely thank our clients KAFO and Tavex who continually give us so many challenges and opportunities that we are extremely thankful for.
And huge thanks to team Bit Finer, development partners, lead UX/UI designer Lauri and fellow designer Mathias. It was and is a team effort and every award is only possible thanks to our relentless collaboration.
Congratulations to all the winners of German Design Award 2019, hat’s off to the jury, all the organizers and Messe Frankfurt. What a splendid experience and event. Definitely amongst the leading design events in the world.
P.S. It seems that in-depth analytical research, high fidelity UX/UI designs pay off. Bit Finer is planning to keep focusing on heavy research and super high fidelity UX/UI designs.
Cheers from Estonia!