Its been a few days now since the Cambridgeshire Digital Awards, and the dust has settled. First of all, we have to say what a fantastic night we had; not to mention the bronze award we took away for: ‘Website: School, Education or Charity’ for our work on: The East Anglian Air Ambulance website.
We are really pleased to have been recognised for our work on this project alongside some other truly innovative digital industry leaders from the Cambridgeshire and surrounding area.
We were shortlisted for 3 awards this year: two nominations for the work we have done with East Anglian Air Ambulance: the above mentioned category, and the ‘Best Website’ category.
In addition, the soon to be launched CBM – Humanitarian Hands on Tool (HHoT) by CBM UK, was shortlisted for best Mobile App.
We certainly feel that these two examples of work are the very cornerstone of what we are trying to achieve here at Studio24. Both CBM and EAAA are fantastic clients to be able to work with, the work they do is invaluable to the community and indeed the world. Our team feels passionate about working with such inspiring charities, and welcomes the chance to be part of something which really makes a difference.
A surprising turn of events was the win for ‘The Spirit of Cambridgeshire’ which went to The Cambridge Folk Festival, which has gone from strength to strength since the launch of the Cambridge Live website in partnership with Studio24 in 2015.
So happily we can add our best website, school, education or charity award to our growing award shelf, alongside our ‘Best Blog’ award from the 2015 Cambridgeshire Digital Awards.