Thursday, 2 May 2013
Senior team wins highest accolade for work with IPA
Hailed by the New York Times as the internet’s highest honour, Seniorwas the only UK-based firm to scoop an accolade in the 17th annual Webby Awards from the International Academy of Digital Arts and Science.
It won the honour for the website built for the Institute of Practitioners in Advertising. The IPA portal, which is fully mobile-optimised, offers a host of subscriber and non-subscriber interactive content to more than 70,000 registered users.
"Honouree’s like the IPA are setting the standard for innovation and creativity on the internet," said David-Michel Davies, Executive Director of The Webby Awards.
"It is an incredible achievement to be recognised among the leading Association websites in the digital world.”
Pete Senior, Managing Director at Senior said: “We have a great track record, particularly within the membership and association sector and to be recognised by the Webby Awards again is an outstanding accomplishment.
“As a full-service digital agency we manage the complete digital process from concept to implementation and this award demonstrates the exceptional quality of services we’re able to offer our clients.”
Jon Egley, eBusiness Club Manager at Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire Chamber of Commerce said: “This is a fantastic achievement that showcases the exceptional quality of web services that are available across our region.
“Digital agencies operate in an extremely competitive environment, so it’s great to see a Nottingham-based business competing with some of the best in the world.”Back