Winner 2017

Flow Creative with Arts Council England Funding Brand Campaign

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The judges said

Flow Creative's new online MBO application process presents a stand out entry from a strong field. Transforming and simplifying the process…and it looks beautiful.

Entrant's description

Design a branding system to provide a consistent look and feel across all communications for Arts Council England’s Investment Process, and apply this across a range of media including website assets, an explainer video, social share cards, interactive guidance documents, a presentation document and printed hand out material. The brand toolkit needed to incorporate icons, illustrations, animation, print and web graphics.

Shortlist 2017

  • Connect & Wrexham County Borough Council with Pontcysyllte World Heritage website
  • The University of Liverpool with Improving the Digital Customer Experience
  • Thompson Brand Partners with MindMate, a website helping to improve mental health
  • Flow Creative with Arts Council England Funding Brand Campaign
  • Valtech - beta.tfgm.com with TfGM website re-design

Criteria

An entry in this category can be any digital project commissioned by or executed by a public sector agency, for example a public sector website or app. Entrants should demonstrate how the project has achieved objectives for the public sector in a cost effective way. Submissions should indicate which public sector organisation commissioned or executed the project so that this can be verified.


Winner 2016

HiFi with Operation Resolve

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The judges said

HiFi produced an extremely high standard of work on a shoestring budget that helped to collect and compile data for the Hillsborough Investigation

Entrant's description

Operation Resolve is the criminal investigation into the Hillsborough disaster, with the aim of undertaking a thorough investigation into events leading up to and including the disaster that took place on 15 April 1989.

A key undertaking is the process of identifying of key witnesses to incidents in or around the ground on that day.

Our brief was to provide a digital solution to support a series of public Witness Appeals. The solution had to balance resources for a stable and scalable high-profile launch with a national PR campaign behind it, and an economical and accountable use of budget.

Shortlist 2016

  • British Broadcasting Corporation with TAP - Television Application Platform
  • Clicks and Links with the Age of Energy
  • Gencia & Greater Manchester Police with CTZN project
  • HiFi with Operation Resolve
  • Rhythm with V&A Europe 1600-1815 interactives
  • University of Salford Business School with #passion4digital MOOC

Criteria

Trophies

An entry in this category can be any digital project commissioned by or executed by a public sector agency, for example a public sector website or app. Entrants should demonstrate how the project has achieved objectives for the public sector in a cost effective way. Submissions should indicate which public sector organisation commissioned or executed the project so that this can be verified.

 


Winner 2015

Stardotstar with First Steps

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The judges said

A clean and reassuring design that offered practical support for those considering becoming adoptive parents - easy to follow, informative and carefully considered

Entrant's description

First Steps is a free online resource, designed to help potential adopters across England understand the rewards and challenges of adoptive parenting. Containing audio programmes, videos, quizzes and tests, First Steps provides real insights from parents and adoption professionals allowing potential adoptive parents to progress through at their own pace, and discuss insights and issues with their social worker.

Trophies

Shortlist

  • BBC Learning with BBC iWonder
  • Fat Heads with website created for MMU Innospace
  • Stardotstar with First Steps

Criteria

An entry in this category can be any digital project commissioned by or executed by a public sector agency, for example a public sector website or app. Entrants should demonstrate how the project has achieved objectives for the public sector in a cost effective way.  Submissions should indicate which public sector organisation commissioned or executed the project so that this can be verified.


2014 and before

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