We’re proud to announce that The Grubb Hub website won a WA web award last night and is now in the running for an Australian Web Award. Stay tuned!
Crime Stoppers WA came to us last year looking for a new website that would allow them to;
We freshened and updated the look, feel, content and structure with the result for the client has been a huge lift in engagement, reports and positive recognition.
As quoted by Mara from Tinderbox, one of our collaborators, “It takes a village to build a website” and for this site it couldn’t be truer. We couldn’t have delivered such an outstanding website without the collaboration of;
It’s been an award-winning week for Crime Stoppers WA, as they were also presented with 5 media awards at the Crime Stoppers International conference. Awesome work!
The national web awards will be held later in the year, so stay tuned.
By all accounts they produce well-rounded and high achieving people—teaching them how to be good humans, not just how to do math – as we experienced first hand by hosting Jacob as a work experience kid for a few months as part of his study.
Despite initial concerns that we had not done a school website, it was clear we were all on the same page and we began our digital journey – which last night culminated in the presentation of a WA Web Award, which takes us to the national finals.
Here’s some screen captures of the site:
As you can expect, it needed to be a hands on approach with real photos and content that was produced by teachers and kids. We also got to speak to parents and be part of the greater community.
We really enjoyed working on this project and can’t wait to see if takes out the national Australian Web Award in its category. Watch this space.
We are so happy to be the recipients of the 2014 Australian Web Award in the eCommerce category for Just In Time Gourmet!
Other winners this year were The Western Australian Museum, Tim Oliver, Humaan, Juicebox Creative, Moble and Clarity Communications.
We are so proud of this site and did a full wrap up of why WE love it in our WA Award blog. Thank again to all those who support us, our clients whom we love to work with and agencies that collaborate with us.
On Wednesday night, some of the gang here strolled down from our new office in Money Street (moving in party coming soon!) to enjoy the Australian Web Awards State event. It’s a great opportunity to say hello to our peers, competitors and friends – something which is a bit of a rarity, making this night a not-to-miss event. It never fails to reaffirm the ever-increasing standard of award-winning websites in WA!
We had 6 sites up for awards including Fly By Night and My Emporium featured below, all of which we are very proud – something that we celebrated before heading to the awards.
It was just icing on the #LaunchCake to win an e-commerce award for Just in Time Gourmet!
You can read all about it in our launch blog for the site, when you have a moment.
The spread of recipients was broader this year (which was great!) and included Hancock Creative, Bam Creative, Juicebox Creative, Longtail, The WA Museum, Humaan, Clarity Communications, Tom Oliver and Jesse Yuen.
Although winning an award on the night is great recognition for the work we are putting out, we still find the biggest reward is feedback from the client that the site has made the impact we planned together, which in this case included the following;
To hear their thoughts on the website and experience with us, check out their blog, “Congratulations Clever Starfish”.
Last night was the WA state round of the Australian Web Awards – run in parallel with events in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.
It was held at SpaceCubed in St Georges Terrace – and was a great chance to catch up with other web nerds in our industry.
After a focus on accessibility, we got into the business of the awards – kicking off with our first of two wins for The Seventh Duchess in the eCommerce category! This followed with another award in the non-profit category for Perth Theatre Company.
There were multiple awards in some of the categories and other winners included The Frontier Group, Humaan, JuiceBox Creative, Bam Creative, 303 Lowe, Red Meets Blue, Michael Bollig and Sumo.
The national round of Australian Web Awards runs in two weeks – Sydney here we come!