Apple cleaned-up at the D&AD (British Design and Art Direction) awards again this year, taking three top awards in the Products for Work category.

D&AD presented four gold awards this year, two for environmental design and architecture, one for ambient media and one for Product Design – which Apple picked up for its Pro Mouse.

Silver awards were presented to Apple for its G4 Cube, Pro Speakers and Pro Mouse. Among those collecting awards for Apple at the ceremony – held at London's Earls Court 2 on May 30 – was Oren Ziv, director of creative markets, Europe.

D&AD is a professional association and charity that represents the UK’s design and advertising communities. Its awards are internationally respected in the design and advertising industries as benchmarks of excellence.

Last year, Apple won a D&AD Gold Award for its Jonathan Ive-inspired Cinema Display, while the Power Macintosh G4 and iBook also scooped silver awards.