The Designer of the Year Exhibition at London's Design Museum opened March 6, and doors remain open until June 13.
The judges include: Ive, architect David Adjaye, Brooke Hodge, Neil Stevenson, Design Museum director Alice Rawsthorn and the British public.
Apple's head of industrial design Jonathan Ive won the Designer of the Year Award in 2003. This year's competitors include Craig Johnston, Sam Buxton, Daniel Brown and Paul Cocksedge.
A note on artdaily.com reveals the exhibition offers computer games, digital animations, steel sculptures and more.
Macworld and sister-title Digit will also be at the Design Museum this month, presenting a seminar on Flash animation on March 18. Seminar attendees (£69.99) enjoy free entry to the show.