So, the keynote is done, and you think WWDC is over.

Not quite. It’s actually a week long event for developers, but all of the rest of us tend to just go crazy the first day — for the famous Apple keynote.

One of the annual events that takes place during WWDC is the Apple Design Awards (ADAs). This is a special event that recognizes the most innovative independant developers who create things for Apple devices — hardware and software. However, this time, only software (apps) won awards. So this morning, after the keynote, the ADA winners were announced.

There are many categories each year, and this year the four categories are: student, iPhone, iPad, and Mac.

Without further ado, here are the winners of this year’s ADAs, by category:

Student

App: DaWindci (iPad)
Company: Reality Twist GmbH, Mimimi Productions, Mediadesign Highschool of Applied Sciences
Based: GERMANY

App: Little Star (iPad)
Company: BiBoBox Studio, Dalian Nationalities University
Based: CHINA

iPhone

App: Where’s My Water
Company: Disney
Based: USA

App: Jetpack Joyride
Company: Halfbrick Studios
Based: AUSTRALIA

App: National Parks by National Geographic
Company: National Geographic Society / Rally Interactive
Based: USA

iPad

App: Paper by Fifty Three
Company: FiftyThree Inc
Based: USA

App: Bobo Explores Light
Company: GameCollage
Based: USA

App: DM1 – The Drum Machine
Company: Fingerlab
Based: FRANCE

Mac

App: Deus Ex: Human Revolution Ultimate Edition
Company: Feral Interactive Ltd
Based: ENGLAND

App: Limbo
Company: Playdead ApS
Based: DENMARK

App: Sketch
Company: Bohemian Coding
Based: GERMANY

Congratulations to all of the developers who won! Well deserved.

Did your favorite app snag an ADA this year? If not, who do you think should have won?