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Our work for the Science Museum is highly commended at Digital Impact Awards

23 October 2014

On the 21st October, our work with the Science Museum on the ‘Visit us’ section was highly commended at the Digital Impact Awards. Our achievement at the awards recognises excellence in digital stakeholder communications.

Entries were judged by a panel of industry experts, who determined the most outstanding projects in each category. The process explored the most effective and creative campaigns among the 121 shortlisted projects.

Redweb’s Strategy Director Ann-Marie Winstone said:

“We are delighted to be highly commended at the Digital Impact Awards for our work on the ‘Visit us’ section on the Science Museum website. We have delivered a feature-rich and innovative section of the site that really showcases how great the Science Museum is and it’s great to see that our work has been rewarded.”

The Digital Impact Awards, launched by Communicate magazine in 2010, sets the benchmark in digital stakeholder relations across Europe. The awards, held at the Brewery in London were hosted by Dominic Holland comedian and author, who honoured the best work this year.

Brittany Golob, deputy editor of Communicate magazine said:

“Corporate digital strategy has evolved greatly since the inaugural Digital Impact Awards in 2010, allowing companies to transform their brands, communications and stakeholder groups along the way. Every year we read about, examine and judge the best in European digital and every year the strategy behind the programme shows more maturity and forethought. Each of the winning and shortlisted campaigns and programmes exemplify the skill and attention European communicators are bringing to the digital arts.”

Some of the Redweb team holding up awards

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