Fast Company’s Innovation By Design Awards is the seventh year, has featured a cross-section of blue-chip companies, scruffy startups, and hungry young talents. It is one of the most sought-after design awards in the industry. There are 15 categories in all, and the judges include renowned designers from a variety of disciplines, business leaders from some of the most innovative companies in the world, and Fast Company’s own editors. In this article, we decided to underline top winners and finalists of the award Innovation by Design.

Winner: Moot by UFC
A new platform for more civil civic discourse
Moot - is the concept of the platform with the processor on artificial intelligence. She will allow citizens to send questions and comments to the state representatives and will help officials to interact with voters directly.




Finalist: AutoCAD app
The Autodesk company developed browser and mobile phone applications in addition to the computer-aided engineering system and drawing of AutoCAD. Thanks to the application drawings from AutoCAD can be opened not only in the program but also on any computer or the mobile phone.



Finalist: Connected Room by Hilton
In the "smart" hotel room it is possible to operate the majority of things through the Hilton Honors mobile application — to control temperature and lighting in the room, to use the TV and even to open windows.


Finalist: Google Earth VR by Google
The free application collects satellite and aerial photographs in order that users could investigate any point on the planet. The application works with a font of HTC Vive or Oculus Rift.


Finalist: Jordan Brand's Terminal 23
In honor of starting of Melo M10 Jordan Brand, sneakers equipped space for the clients in once well-known cafe Rouge, across the road from Madison-Skver with the Garden in the New York hotel of Pennsylvania. The space with the hall, the basketball platform and theatrical section within several months were available to local youth programs.