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2019 Australian Web Awards

Over the last twelve months we’ve invested more in producing outcomes driven by our passion for digital. So we’re especially proud of the results this year, nabbing three national award categories at the 2019 Australian Web Awards over the weekend.

For Sydney cosmetics clinic, Contour, we combined a premium front-end and strong landing page fundamentals to target a specific niche audience with educative content. These efforts won us the Start-Up award ahead of some tough competition, including our own work for Ferox Advanced Vehicles.

The judges awarded us the Education category for the new Wesley College website. This project challenged us to wrangle the school’s vast volume of content and myriad student initiatives, resulting in a highly curated experience that encourages and rewards exploration.

Finally, the Golden Pipeline Heritage Trail project saw a slice of WA’s fascinating history translated into an engaging digital journey. This outcome earned us the Innovation award plus a finalist placement in the Not For Profit category.

But what we’re most excited about is getting to be Australia’s most-awarded agency for the third year in a row β€” an accomplishment we don’t take lightly, especially off the back of two Webby Award nominations just last month.

Over the years, we’ve committed to giving our team the space to explore digital in ways they find personally satisfying. It’s part of the supportive office culture we’re building, and means the outcomes we produce are driven by our passion. This means any achievement (big or small) encourages us to keep doing better. We’re very grateful to get to work with clients who give us the opportunity to aim for that higher level of quality.

Here’s the full list of our results this year:

Check out the official website for this year’s finalists and winners.

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