Kitchen Art consists of a database of units, tiles, sinks and the like that are stored on a central computer. This is linked by ISDN lines to PC in showrooms. The salesperson can download the elements the customer wants to build up a "virtual" kitchen on screen.
Notting Hill, run by the Independent's founder editor, Andreas Whittam Smith, won the BIMA entertainment award for its Art of Singing CD-Rom.
Other winners are:
Graphics and Animation: Lest we Forget, A History of the Holocaust, Endless.
Sound and music: The 11th Hour, Trilobyte.
User interface: Media Projects' CD-Rom demo Interface, Media Projects International.
Digital video: Portable Credentials Program, Global Beach for Portable Computers.
Packaging: The 11th Hour, Trilobyte.
Interactive displays: On Air, Artec for the Science Museum.
Business (the Donside Awards): The Art of Invention for Christopher Foster and Partners; and Media Projects CD-Rom Demo Interface.
Corporate Web site: Interactive Investors.
Retail: Thomas Cook Travel Box, Mouse Power Multimedia.
Commissioned training: AC Track Circuits, Arenicola Designs, FTF Consultants, Dean Associates for British Rail; and Interactive Medical Education, Bates Healthcom for Kundbeck Pharmaceuticals.
Published Training: Easy Tutor Learn Windows 95, CRT Multimedia.
Children's: The Logical Journey of the Zoombinis, Broderbund Software.
Education: BBC Shakespeare on CD-Rom: Macbeth, Chris Jennings for HarperCollins/BBC Education.
Games: Civilization II, Microprose.
Net Magazine award: Carlingnet, Bates Dorland Interactive and Hercules Communications for Bass Brewers.
Home reference: World War II, First information Group for FlagTower.Reuse content