Ether managed to get  three golds, one silver and two bronze at this years Kent Digital Awards. We were extremely grateful to even of been nominated, and these huge winnings really blew us away.  We succeeded in the Mobile App category,  Responsive Website, Website – Lifestyle and Culture, Website – School, Education or Charity and Website – Sports and Entertainment.

 

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Mobile Web App
Gold – Whympr

We were truly thrilled when we won this award. Whympr has been a long work in progress, that since its inception has constantly been enhanced and improved to make it the best possible app it could be. The final product is one of a kind and we pushed the full potential of what an app can do with Whympr.
Whympr is a mobile app that allows mountaineers to plan, share and organise routes, maps and socialise ever aspect of this challenging hobby. the user experience and interface is simple and easy to navigate allowing users to enjoy the sport whilst keeping in touch with the network. So far it has had incredible feedback and this award has given it the recognition we feel it deserves.

 

 

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Bronze – Punditto

Punditto is a great app that we created, which opens up a new way people can share their views on sports. There has always been a running commentary on sports and the idea of our community of people that visually and audibly share their thought s and feelings in real time on up to date events. Working with a team, we created a custom platform for users to rate, share, record and ultimately become your own sports pundit.
We were so pleased that we got bronze for this and we look forward to enhancing the app in many ways in the future.

 

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Responsive Website
Gold – Get in the mood

We were so happy that we won this award as we have been working with this coffee company with personality since the very beginning. We have seen it evolve, succeed and really feel that their website shows this.
The premise of the coffee is that each blend of coffee is for someones specific mood. It was playful, creative and unique – which is what we wanted the site to reflect. Use of bright, eye catching colours, shapes and imagery, it is a coffee e-commerce site like no other.

 

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Website – Lifestyle & Culture
Bronze – Jordan Acoustics

Jordan acoustics is a high end audio supplier that takes music and sound seriously. They needed a site that was lively but straightforward and informative. By using their brand as a guide, we used a clean and clear layout that could display all the products which was easily navigated. We were really pleased that the site and its purpose was seen and awarded in this category.

 

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Website – School, Education and Charity

Gold – Heritage Watch (Kent)

Heritage Watch (Kent) – A brainchild of our previous KDA Gold Winner – Country Eye, this site was a simple and informative one page site that promotes and informed about the Heritage Watch app. Similar to Country eye, the purpose of heritage Watch is to protect and report the most beautiful historical sites in Kent. We were really delighted we got this award, and will continue to keep the heritage and countryside of Kent a better place.

 

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Website – Sports & Entertainment

Silver – Miloco Studios

We have been working with Miloco studios for many years and it was really great to see that we got a silver for their site.
Miloco is a kind of Airbnb for recording studios. A vast and complex collection of studios across the globe, each with their own informative page. We needed to keep the site modern and user friendly, however, with the huge amount of information, we needed to make the site more accessible to the users needs.
We did this by breaking down the information into clear and clean layouts that weren’t overwhelming. The result is a directory that seamlessly connects the client to the studio.

 

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Again, we just want to say how amazing and grateful we are to win another six awards, and we are looking forward to being bigger and better next year…