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Ferox and PUBLIC Silo have been nominated for Webby Awards

Two Webby Award nominations!

We are so excited to announce not one, but two Webby Award nominations! 🙌🙌

PUBLIC Silo Trail and Ferox Advanced Vehicles are currently named alongside some heavy hitters in the Websites: Art and Websites: Car Sites & Car Culture categories, respectively.

What’s more, our work has been listed as Honourees in the Websites: Associations (Auspire) and Websites: Education (Golden Pipeline) categories.

This is a huge honour — the “Internet’s highest honour”, if you believe the New York Times. The Webbys are an international competition acknowledging the kinds of sites we look to for inspiration. If you’d like to help us take a stab at winning this year’s awards, we’d love your vote.

Head over to the category listings and log your choices before 18 April:

Vote for PUBLIC Silo Trail in Websites: Art

Vote for Ferox Advanced Vehicles in Websites: Car Sites & Car Culture

Whatever the result, we’re ever so grateful to FORM, Ferox, Auspire and National Trust WA for giving us the opportunity to push the boundaries of digital and design. Getting to shoot for such unique outcomes means a lot to us as creatives, and gives audiences far more interesting digital experiences.


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