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Digital Impact Awards

Enter the Digital Impact Awards

Have your revamped your corporate website? Are you designing an app to link employees together? Will you relaunch your intranet this spring? Get recognised!

Have you revamped your corporate website? Are you designing an app to link employees together? Will you relaunch your intranet this spring?

Whether wholly in-house or working with external designers, consultants, or agencies, the Digital Impact Awards annually highlight and celebrate great digital comms and design, both internally and externally.

There’s plenty of time to enter but I know how much effort goes into entries, so why not start talking with your team now? Plan your entry (following the process and tips) so that the category judges can clearly understand the purpose and value of your work.

I’m pencilled in to judge the intranet and the employee communication categories. I’d love to see some great intranets; there are lots of other categories and it would be a shame if intranets were not brilliantly represented.

The deadline is 11 June 2015 (which saves £100 on your entry fee) and the late deadline is 9 July 2015. Deadlines are 23:59hrs GMT. Don’t be late by a day!

 

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Contact: hannah.hodges@communicatemagazine.co.uk for queries.

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