Another fantastic night at Big Chip 2013
Big winners at this year's Big Chip Awards held in Manchester on 27 June were Tuna Technologies from Sheffield and Liverpool's Uniform.
Tuna took the Grand Prix, Best Use of Gaming and Best Use of Visual Design awards for their Eufloria HD app.
Uniform won both the Big Chip Imagination Award - which is open to entrants from anywhere in the world, and the Anthony Wilson Original Modern award chosen by the chair of the judging panel Michael Nutley.
Apadmi from Manchester won Best Application of Technology and Best Mobile Project for their BBC iPlayer app.
Click here to see the winners and commended entries
Big Chip - the longest running digital awards in the UK
The 15th Big Chip, backed by headline sponsors UKFast, has 18 entry categories, including new categories Best use of Brand in Digital and the Big Chip Offbeat Award. The awards were presented at the awards dinner in Manchester on 27 June.
Click here to see the shortlist for all categories.
Tickets are now on sale for the awards dinner on 27 June.
You can see a full list of categories, their entry criteria and awards history here.
"We got a really nice job from a blue chip client as a result of our win, so I can testify to how effective the awards are." Jon Turner, KilogrammeMake sure you follow @BigChipAwards to keep up to date.
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Big Chip - celebrating the North's best digital work since 1997
The Big Chip Awards are for all things digital - from mobile apps to social media, from animation to websites, from digital brand to cloud software.
- Full details of the entry categories and previous winners
- Big Chip 2012 report, photos and details
- See the top winners from 15 years of Big Chip in the hall of fame.
The Big Chips are far and away the biggest digital awards outside London and the longest running in the UK. They are run by and for the industry, not for profit - by trade association, Manchester Digital working with partners including Digital Union in the North East, Leeds Digital Festival, Creative Liverpool, Creative Sheffield, Liverpool Vision and the Manchester Digital Development Agency.Read More News