1 April 2010 - 3:37pm | posted by | 1 comment

DADI Awards to recognise mobile apps

DADI Awards to recognise mobile appsDADI Awards to recognise mobile apps

The best mobile applications will be recognised in a new category at this year's DADI Awards - and you can submit your entries from next week.

The addition of the best mobile app/campaign category reflects the way smartphones have revolutionised the production and consumption of digital media. An increasing number of creative agencies now build iPhone apps.

The DADI ceremony, held in association with Leeds Live It Love It, will take place in November. It will be open to entries from next Wednesday (7 April), when more details will be announced.

Phil Jones will be returning to chair this year's judging panel, which will be announced soon. To keep upto date with all the latest information about this year's event, and how you can take part, follow @dadiawards on Twitter.

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2 Apr 2010 - 11:30
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Prices to have apps made seems to be falling by the day!

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