I was pleased to learn yesterday that our work for WWF UK has won a Best Charity/Good Cause Related Catalogue Award.
The ECMOD Awards, now in their sixth year, are firmly established as the catalogue and home-shopping sector's most sought after accolade. With categories that reflect the diversity and dynamics of the market - and judging criteria that encompasses whole business performance rather that just the creative, winning an ECMOD award honours the entire team behind its success.
This award for the complete package of mail-order catalogue and e-commerce store was a real surprise. What is particularly pleasing is that this was awarded for reasons other than standards or accessibility. I hope that it shows that neither standards nor accessibility need to be issues, but can be simply a normal part of the mix.
Congratulation! Very nice side.
#2 On November 30, 2004 11:36 AM John Oxton said:
Congrats Andy, another well deserved award :)
#3 On November 30, 2004 11:36 AM Jeremy Freeman said:
Cracking stuff! Tell the world!
#4 On November 30, 2004 11:59 AM Phil Baines said:
Good news! well done.
Well done you! I don't suppose you could redesign ECMOD's site during your lunch break? It needs it :)
Excellent, a good reward for the hard work. Congratulations Andy! This reminds me of a Christmas charity single
"Do they know its accessible at all?"
#7 On November 30, 2004 01:16 PM Richard@Home said:
w00t! u p0wn0r
ahem, seriously - excellent news, congratulations to all involved :-)
Nice one, matey!
#9 On November 30, 2004 10:08 PM Mike Pepper said:
Bonus! Well done, mate :o)
I like the Xmas design, feels very M&S :)
Think its about time i pull out the xmas trimmings for my blog...
#11 On December 1, 2004 01:02 PM Rob McMichael said:
Nice one matey!
Good to see you are getting rewarded for your hard work, and also that the WWF are getting extra publicity and reward for hiring you! I'm sure it's not every day you get a developer to develop you an award winning site.
I like the christmas idea, are you going to warm up those chaps on the bike at the top of the page, they are looking a little chilly.
Fantastic news, well done!