Early in September, Palette participated in IFA Berlin, an electronics show based in Europe that attracts 245,000 international visitors and 1,600 vendors, as nominees for the International Design Centre Berlin’s UX Design Awards.
While demoing its Palette kits and talking to customers, the Kitchener-Waterloo company also managed to snag a Gold award under the category of disruptive interface.
“At Palette, our focus is on creating a new class of personalized peripheral that provides fast, intuitive, and precise control for creative professionals and beyond,” said the company in a blog post. “We strive to create a customizable controller that fits your specific needs – while looking super cool, if we do say so ourselves.”
Palette develops modular hardware interfaces that enable users to design their own controls for software like Photoshop. While the company won the Gold award, it is still in the running for Public Choice Award. Vote for them all throughout October here.