Judging the WebAwards 2015June 18, 2015
Andrew W Morse of Digital Tsunami, has been appointed to the judging panel of the WebAwards 2015.
The WebAwards is not a design contest, nor a competition to determine which site has the newest technology. It seeks online solutions which address the need of their target audience. Created in 1996, it provides recognition for web sites with superior design, technology, usability and audience interaction.
It is the judges’ task to determine the standards to which all web sites should aspire. Andrew joins a select group of industry leaders on the international judging panel, to which he has been personally invited for many years, by WebAwards founder, William (Bill) Rice.
The WebAwards has developed a robust reputation, evidenced in sponsorship by recognised industry brands including: PR.com and AdTech.
From Our Clients
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Thanks to you and the Taishan production crew. Andy and the rest of the team were outstanding. Their professionalism was evident the entire time and they seemed to build a nice relationship with the factory employees, which led to a real spirit of cooperation. My sincere thanks for a job extremely well done.