The website development work of Four’s Digital practice has been recognised in the shortlist for this year’s CorpComms DigiAwards.
Dominating the ‘Best consumer website’ category, the team is responsible for two of the three websites shortlisted. The first, the Great War Journeys website, showcases tourism destinations across Northern France and Flanders in Belgium. The team’s second nomination is for the redevelopment of the Man Booker Prizes website for The Booker Prize Foundation, completed with Four Colman Getty who have been working for the Foundation for over two decades.
Four’s Head of Digital, Luke Alexander, said: “I am delighted to have these two projects shortlisted by our industry peers and to see the team’s hard work and enthusiasm recognised.”
The DigiAwards, launched in 2010 by CorpComms Magazine, reward the best use of digital media in communication programmes. The winners will be announced at the Monster Digerati Party, the UK’s most interactive awards ceremony, on 9 July 2013 at the Museum of London.