Between 2020 and 2022 we redesigned the website for the international web standards organisation W3C (founded by the inventor of the web Tim Berners-Lee). We continue to work with their team to support and develop their digital offering. I’m proud we helped move the W3C website forward.
It’s wonderful to have the team’s hard work on the W3C website redesign project recognised. We’re pleased to announce a number of award wins we received recently.
I want to thank the brilliant team at W3C: Coralie, Vivien, Jean-Gui, Gerald and many more. Thank you for your invaluable support and technical input into the project, it was very much a team effort!
And thank you to my talented Studio 24 team: Marie, Nicki, Ian, Sean, Alan, Julia, Carlos and Sazia for their expertise, dedication and level-headedness whilst working on the project of a lifetime!
Honouring advances in digital accessibility
Gaady Awards celebrate outstanding digital products that support the GAAD (Global Accessibility Awareness Day) Foundation’s mission to disrupt the culture of technology and digital product development to include accessibility as a core requirement.
We are one of three winners and Emma is looking forward to attending the celebration evening in San Francisco on 9th November.
Illuminating brilliance in digital experiences, content and creativity
The w3 Awards honour creative excellence on the web, and recognise the people behind award-winning Websites, Online Marketing, Web Video, Mobile Sites and Apps, Social, Podcasts, and Emerging Tech.
They receive thousands of entries annually from across the globe from the best digital content creators across the industry
The w3 Awards is judged by the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts, an invitation-only body of top-tier professionals from acclaimed media, interactive, advertising, and marketing organisations like Walt Disney Studios, Lippe Taylor, Meta, Publicis Sapient, Netflix, IBM, NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory, LG, and Wired Magazine among many others.
We received a Gold Award in the category Website Features: Best Practices. And a Silver award in the category Websites: Redesign.
The UK’s longest-standing and most prestigious digital and tech awards
The BIMA Awards were established in 1985, and recognise the work in the British digital sector that is truly pushing the limits of what is possible, and that’s making a difference in business, culture and society.
The BIMA awards champion originality, emphasizing the power of impact, innovation, and craft.
We were awarded bronze in the category of Digital Product Development.