MashupAwards is a hand-picked showcase of the best web mashups with awards served on a daily, monthly, and yearly basis.
The criteria involved with judging each Mashup capable of winning an award consists of: Uniqueness, Creativity, User Experience, Utility, and Content. Users also have the ability to nominate a mashup of their choice which will be reviewed by the staff of MashupAwards. MashupAwards also contains a page of information describing how to create a mashup, which contains suggestions, tips, as well as a list of the ten most popular APIs.
The winner for June 23, 2007 goes to DiggLabs.
The labs provide a broader (and deeper) view of Digg. A lot of stuff gets submitted to Digg every day, so good things can sometimes fly right past you. Labs projects look beneath the surface of the Digg community’s activities and display them in fresh and unique interfaces.
To view more information about mashups or to view all of the winners that have won an award, visit http://mashupawards.com