Who is going to win the Community Prize in 2019?
Public voting ends at the end of this month. So far the portals received almost 1500 votes and it seems there are 5 very popular ones with over 100 votes each. Who is going to win?
There's still plenty of time to mobilize your fans! We cheerlead for every contestant on Twitter by liking and re-tweeting your voting promo. Let the most enthusiastic team win!
Who are the members of the Jury in 2019?
We're thrilled to announce that Anne Gentle, Lukas Rosenstock and Bob Watson confirmed to form the DevPortal Awards Jury in 2019.
They're going to select the winners in 11 categories and they'll also decide on the Best Overall Developer Portal Jury prize.
Public voting starts next month!
Public voting in the Best Overall category starts in August and this year you'll need to register with your email address before voting for your favourite portal. Voting might take a bit longer than last year, but we hope we'll create a fair(er) contest by introducing this 2-step process.
Good luck to the contestants!
Last article of the series: Best Design, Best New DX Innovation
The fifth and last article in our series is focusing on the following questions:
How can API portals enhance user experience in general, and pay special attention to developer experience? How can design elements support usability and content? What makes a devportal, in overall, stand out against competitors?