REAL Software announced Wednesday the winners of its REALbasic Design Awards for 2005. The awards are given out to REALbasic developers based on creativity, ease of use, design, utility and supporting information, the company said.
"Judging these awards gets more challenging every year, and this year was no exception," stated Geoff Perlman, president and CEO of REAL Software. "We encourage everyone to learn out more about these award-winning products, as they easily represent excellence in software design and utility, and they show how REALbasic helps bring ideas to life."
This yearis overall winner was TimeExposureis ProSelect, that lets photographers help their clients narrow down photographs, design layouts and more.
Other winners included Waterfall Softwareis iVideo to organize iPhoto and iTunes files using playlists and thumbnails Oranged.netis Studiometry that tracks client, project, time and contact information; Mien Softwareis PhotoEdit to create professional-quality images and others.