24 April 2015
by James Cottis
Last night, we attended the second ever Essex Digital Awards, having been shortlisted for an award in one of the fifteen categories.
We are delighted to announce that we won a Silver Award in the School, Education or Charity category for the website we created for King Edward Grammar School (KEGS) in Chelmsford. The website we designed for KEGS was to promote their Digital IT (DIGIT) festival, and we are so pleased that the judges recognised the qualities they were looking for in our website.
The EDA’s are a fantastic opportunity to appreciate the brilliant pool of talent and digital innovation that Essex has to offer, looking to reward those who show progressive thinking and have a great digital output. We are so glad that we could be a part of this year’s event, as it’s the only scheme in the county that celebrates the online achievements of businesses, charities and schools.
We would like to thank the team behind the awards, and everyone who attended, for a lovely evening, and congratulate everybody who won an award last night.
You can visit the website for the DIGIT festival here: www.kegsdigit.com