CivicApps Awards: Congrats to Round 2 Winners and Runners Up!

Thanks again to all that participated; those who submitted apps and/or ideas, and to our judges dedicated to judging the apps. Congratulations to the award winners and runners-up for this second round of app submissions to CivicApps! Thank you again to all of our sponsors including Webtrends for hosting last night's CivicApps Awards Ceremony event. Following are the official winners of the second round: ####Most Useful App ($1000 prize award):  — Amber Case & Aaron Parecki for Cross-platform Group Messaging and Location Beaconing for Disaster Relief judged most useful and utility to citizens overall.  — Runners Up: Justin Palmer, Matt Blair, Joseph Mosser, Bill Wilson, Melelani Sax-Barnett ####Most Appealing App ($1000 prize award):  — Matt Blair for PDX Trees judged most appealing in terms of design and usability.  — Runners Up: Amber Case & Aaron Parecki, Justin Palmer, Max Ogden, Joseph Mosser, Bill Wilson ####Most Original App ($1000 prize award):  — Melelani Sax-Barnett for Portland Bike to Transit Map judged best originality, uniqueness and inventive nature.  — Runners Up: Amber Case & Aaron Parecki, Atul Mathur, Matt Blair, Max Ogden, Bill Wilson ####Best Use of Data App ($1000 prize award):  — Max Ogden for CivicApps Data Previewer judged best overall utilization of the datasets.  — Runners Up: Amber Case & Aaron Parecki, Justin Palmer, Bill Wilson, Melelani Sax-Barnett, Dan Wilson ####Civic Choice Award ($1000 prize award):  — Joseph Mosser for Pdxtrian for receiving the most public votes. ####Best of Show Award ($3000 prize award):  — Amber Case & Aaron Parecki for Cross-platform Group Messaging and Location Beaconing for Disaster Relief judged top overall app. Congratulations to all!