We ask Experts and partners to help us judge and find the very best digital products from hundreds of entries. Winners are then chosen by our panels of Dragons at the annual Awards event.
We are looking for solutions that demonstrate innovative thinking and stand out from the rest. Finalists and winners are selected by our judges from the industry.
Judges are looking for an innovative and thoroughly developed solution addressing a clearly defined and researched problem.
Judges are looking for thoughtful and user-centered features and an excellent working prototype.
Judges are looking for projects that are professionally presented and clear throughout.
Our student teams have worked hard to build digital products. You can help provide real-world feedback to budding young creatives and engineers.
All of our Experts are automatically invited to judge. If you want to become an Expert, please sign up.
Email us and we will re-send the email which contains your unique judging link.
Judging will start on 29th April and be open to judges until 16th May 2019.
Judges review projects online and rate each submission. See an overview of the judging criteria above. If you decide to help judge, futher guidance to help you rate projects will be provided.
Just a few minutes of your time, a computer and a pair of headphones.
We review the top rated projects, then select three Finalists for each category.
This year the Awards will take place at Skills Matter, near Moorgate in Central London, on Tuesday 18th June. Doors to the marketplace open at 6pm.
All of our Experts are invited. If you're signed up, we'll keep you posted.
Just email our education team and we'll do our best to answer your questions.
Apps for Good has turbo-charged the commitment of our students, with positive effects rippling out into all aspects of school life. It is really pleasing to witness some of our previously shy pupils taking to the stage to pitch ideas they care about.”
Paul Gallanagh, Teacher at Dunoon Grammar School in Scotland
Some of our corporate partners enjoy judging and reviewing student projects. It’s a great team building activity and insightful for employees to see innovative ideas from young minds. To learn more about how to get involved with these shortlisting sessions, as well as other opportunities to engage, visit our page for partners or email firstname.lastname@example.org.