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Showcase info for shortlisters
Provide real-world feedback to budding young innovators
Thank you for helping us find this year's best entries to showcase, we really appreciate it.
We ask Experts and partners to help us review, rate and find the very best digital products from hundreds of entries. Judges' favourites are then chosen by our virtual panels of category sponsors.
An overview of the shortlisting criteria
We are looking for solutions that demonstrate innovative thinking and stand out from the rest. Judges' favourites are selected by our shortlisters and judges from our industry partners.
Our shortlisters are asked to:
Provide constructive feedback via an optional comment box.
Rate submissions based on the three things below.
How well does the solution address the problem?
Shortlisters are looking for an innovative and thoroughly developed solution addressing a clearly defined and researched problem.
How well do the features and prototype bring the idea to life?
Shortlisters are looking for thoughtful and user-centered features and an excellent prototype.
3. Overall project
How well presented and clear is the overall project?
Shortlisters are looking for projects that are professionally presented and clear throughout.
What you need to know before reviewing entries
We have created a pack to support you in helping us find the best student entries. The pack will help you to understand what we are looking for, and how to review and rate an entry.
Some of our corporate partners enjoy shortlisting 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 email@example.com.