To conclude our WWDC coverage, we had the opportunity to sit down with some of this year’s top winners. In a special episode of AppStories recorded at the Apple Podcasts Studio in Apple Park, Federico and I had the pleasure of interviewing the following Apple Design Award (ADA) winners:

Devin Davies, the mind behind Crouton, which received an ADA in the Interaction category.
Katarina Lotrič, CEO, and co-founder, along with Jasna Krmelj, CTO and co-founder, of Gentler Streak, which was honored with an ADA in the Social Impact category.
James Cuda, CEO, and Michael Shaw, CTO of Procreate, who won an ADA for Procreate Dreams in the Innovation category.

In addition to these ADA winners, we also had the chance to speak with two of the Swift Student Challenge Distinguished Winners:

Dezmond Blair, a student at the Apple Developer Academy in Detroit, impressed us with his app that combines his love for biking and the outdoors with cutting-edge technology for an immersive experience.
Adelaide Humez, a high school student from Lille, France, wowed us with her app Egretta, which allows users to create a dream journal based on emotions.

Our special episode of AppStories is not only available as an audio podcast on your favorite platform but also on our new MacStories YouTube channel. This channel is also home to Comfort Zone, one of the two podcasts we recently launched, as well as other video projects.

For subscribers of AppStories+, we offer bonus content, an ad-free experience, and early access to episodes at a higher bitrate every week. To explore the benefits of an AppStories+ subscription, check out our Plans page or read the AppStories+ FAQ for more information.