Past overall winner Blackmagic once again topped the Consumer Electronics category at the Good Design Awards, being named joint Best in Category winner at a gala event held in Sydney last Friday night (29 May 2015). Blackmagic’s Studio Camera shared the honour with the Ryobi 18V Hybrid Shop Light.
Seven consumer electronics products were recognised with a Good Design Award for their superior product design.
Tesla’s Model S premium electric sedan won the overall Good Design Award of the Year and the Good Design Award Best Overall Product Design.
Best in Category: Blackmagic is back on top this year taking out Best in Category for its Studio Camera, the world’s smallest broadcast camera with the world’s largest viewfinder for a price tag just under $2,000.
Best in Category: The foldable Ryobi 18V Hybrid Shop Light features the latest LED technology and is compatible with all ONE+ batteries.
Good Design Award: The Lenovo YogaPro is a convertible laptop. Thanks to the hinge design similar to a watch band, the screen can open from 0 to 360 degrees smoothly.
Good Design Award: SwannOne is a DIY home security ecosystem that consists of Hub, safety cameras and a range of wireless sensors all integrated across a web based portal and mobile platform app.
Good Design Award: Pencil by FiftyThree is a Bluetooth stylus modelled after the beloved carpenter’s pencil. It is available in three finishes, black Graphite, sustainable Walnut and Gold, made from brushed aluminium.
Good Design Award: Blackmagic’s second win in the Good Design Awards was for its URSA high-end digital camera, designed for professional cinematographers.