Finnish music app pockets prize in New York
The MusiClock app was awarded the main prize in the Express category at the Interaction Awards in New York last week.
This is the first time a Finnish innovation has received the top gong in the ceremony that celebrates design thought leadership and innovation internationally.
The Interaction Awards is organised by Interaction Design Association IxDA, which is the biggest global organisation for user experience designers.
The MusiClock app teaches users how music theory functions, what scales and chords work together and how to write a song. It is based on an idea by Perttu Pölönen and created by mobile agency Taiste. Read more in our feature from last year.