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April 5th, 2017 | Product News

Amazfit Wins New Awards in 2017

Award season is ramping up, as accolades begin to trickle in. We're excited to announce that our team has been honored with several new distinctions in 2017.

2016 iF Design and 2016 Red Dot Award Winner: Product Design - The Amazfit Moonbeam and Equator, designed by Ines Bihan, Xiaoxi Shi and Pengtao Yu

2017 Red Dot Award: Product Design

Last year, Ines Bihan, Xiaoxi Shi and Pengtao Yu achieved recognition with their innovative design for the Amazfit Moonbeam and Equator. Created specifically for fashion-conscious consumers, their work was awarded the 2016 iF Design Award and 2016 Red Dot Award.

2017 Red Dot Award Winner: Product Design - The Amazfit Arc, designed by Ines Bihan

The Amazfit Arc

This year, Bihan brought home another Red Dot Award for her work with the Amazfit Arc. While the Moonbeam and Equator had the distinct look of jewellry, she focused her design of the Arc on comfort, adaptability, and style. She applied a curve to the core unit, bending it around the wrist for an optimal fit.

2017 Red Dot Award Winner: Product Design - The Amazfit Pace, designed by Pengtao Yu and Xiaoxi Shi

The Amazfit Pace and the Mi Band 2

Pengtao Yu and Xiaoxi Shi have also won the 2017 Red Dot Award for their work on the Amazfit Pace Running Watch. They adapted the Pace for outdoor use: the display is crystal clear under the brightest sunlight, the ceramic bezel is scratch-resistant, and the silicone band secures the watch through vigorous activity.

The Amazfit Pace, Amazfit Arc, and Mi Band 2 will be showcased for a year in the largest museum for contemporary design, Red Dot Design Museum. In 2017, Red Dot received product design submissions from 54 countries, making it the most competitive year to date.

2017 iF Design Award Winner - The Mi Band 2, designed by Pengtao Yu

2017 iF Design Award

Each year in Hanover, Germany’s oldest independent design organization holds the iF Design Awards. Since it was launched over 60 years ago, the iF Design Award has been considered the arbiter of quality for exceptional design. The iF label is renowned for outstanding design services, and the award itself is one of the top prizes in the world.

The Mi Band 2

This year, Pengtao Yu's design work for the Mi Band 2 won over an international jury of 58 industry experts. Around 5,500 entries were submitted from 59 countries.

2017 Muse Creative Award

The Muse Creative Awards is an international competition for creative-professionals who inspire through traditional or digital media.

The Amazfit App

The Amazfit App for iOS earned Platinum recognition after facing a panel of 47 judges from leading companies in the creative industry, including the Guinness World Records. Over 1,500 entries were submitted from 25 countries across the globe.

"The Amazfit app has raised the bar for health and fitness app design having the goals and barriers of real people in mind," said Frederik Hermann, head of marketing and sales at Huami, "It’s all about providing a great personalized journey based on the user’s main objective and to encourage a healthier lifestyle in an unobtrusive way.”

Vote In the Webby Awards

Last but not least, the Webby Awards is the leading international awards organization in digital media. Nominees are the top 9% of 13,000 entries from over 70 countries. The winners are decided by a public vote, so we're relying on you to help us top the final round. (Voting only takes a few seconds and ends April 20th.)

Thank you for supporting us with each step of our journey together. As we always say: every voice counts, so make yours heard. Share this article, or vote below!

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Linda Cheng, Social Media and Content Manager

Linda graduated from the University of California, Irvine with three majors in Psychology, Urban Studies, and Social Ecology, as well as a minor in Global Sustainability. Her goal is to promote sustainable healthy living by providing the resources needed for success. Using smart data services and motivational psychology, she aims to move users towards long-term lifestyle changes for better health and fitness.