2014 Mobile Apps Challenge Winners Announced!

Members of the U-M Mobile Developer community, plus interested students, staff, and faculty gathered in the Beyster Bldg on April 10 for the 2014 Mobile Apps Challenge Awards Reception.

The winners:

1. Jam

Jam was built by Nick Gerard, Otto Sipe, and Josh Billingham.

 

2. Enliven

The Enliven App was developed by Elizabeth Cotter, Meaghan Cotter, and Ni Yan.

 

3. Zaboodles (tie)

Zaboodles was developed by Kurt Waldowski and Daniel Firsht.

 

3. Duderstadt Center (tie)

The Duderstadt Center App was developed by Daniel Fesshazion and Max Wilkinson.

 

The winner of the Teaching & Learning Idea category:

Chinese Poetry

The Chinese Poetry idea was submitted by David Porter.

 

 

To see samples of all the entries, please check out the 2014 Mobile Apps Challenge mashup:

Thank you to all the contestants for making this the best Mobile Apps Challenge yet!

Wednesday, April 16, 2014