FutureBook Innovation Awards shortlist announcement

I am delighted to announce the FutureBook Innovation awards shortlist. I'm also very pleased to announce our awards sponsors are Kobo.

We received 221 entries from 19 different countries. As well as the UK and US, entries have come from far and wide, including: Israel, Norway, Australia, Croatia, India, South Africa, Singapore, Germany and more.

We launched the first publishing innovation awards 2 years ago, this is the third round of awards. The awards were established to celebrate innovation and recognise teams, companies and individuals involved in the transformation of the book trade.

Shortlist as follows:

Adult App

Random House (Cornerstone Digital) / PopLeaf - A Clockwork Orange for iPad

Profile Books / Sheiland / Inkle - Frankenstein app by Dave Morris

Faber and Faber / Touch Press / Illuminations / Arden - The Sonnets by William Shakespeare

Naomi Alderman / Six to Start - Zombies, Run!

HarperCollins - Wonders of the Universe

 

Best children’s apps

Mindshapes - Magic Town

Khoya - Khoya

Barefoot Books / Touch Press - Barefoot World Atlas

Penguin - Ladybird: I’m Ready for Phonics

Nosy Crow - Rounds: Franklin Frog

StoryToys - Farm123

DK/Cogapp - Dr Frankenstein’s Body Lab

 

Reference Book Apps

HarperCollins - Atlas by Collins

The History Press - Titanic: Her Journey

CUP - Romeo and Juliet: Explore Shakespeare and Macbeth: Explore Shakespeare

Royal Collection / Touch Press - Leonardo Da Vinci: Anatomy

Natural History Museum / Authored Apps - NHM Evolution

Heuristic Media - London: A City through time

 

Best technology innovation

Kobo App

Thomson Reuters ProView

Firsty Group

CourseSmart

Harlequin – ebook subs system

Impelsys

 

Best integrated digital marketing campaign

Macmillan Children’s Books - Tony Robinson’s Weird world of Wonders

Macmillan Children’s Books - Dear Zoo 30th anniversary

Macmillan Children’s Books - Dreamless by Josephine Angelini

Penguin Books - Penguin English Library

Random House - A Possible Life, Sebastian Faulks

OUP - The Everybody Up Global Sing-along

The History Press - Titanic Campaign

Hachette Children’s - Metawars

 

Best Website

Bloomsbury - Churchill Archive

Constable & Robinson - Honest John

OUP - Oxford Owl

HarperCollins - Collins Dictionary

Random House - World of Stories

Biteback Publshing - BiteBackPublishing & Politicos

Sourcebooks - CollegeCountdown

 

Best startup

Readmill

Ilovebooks.com

Bardowl

Jellybooks

Flooved

With thanks to all of the judges who will decide the winners on the 9th November in London. Judging panel here: http://bit.ly/StXUVy

The awards will be announced at the FutureBook conference on 3rd December. http://www.eventsforce.net/FB2012

If you have any questions please contact Sam Missingham, sam.missingham@bookseller.co.uk

 

 

 

Comments

Best Website?

caffeinenights's picture

Constable & Robinson - Honest John

Is this a wrong link or a joke?

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