We won Gold in the Lovie Awards!

Once again our work has been appreciated in an amazing contest. Today we are thrilled to reveal that this time our design for the Explore Chartipedia website has been honored with a Gold Lovie Award in the “Websites: Best Homepage” category! Fun fact: it’s the fifth international award for this landing page we have received since April!

The Lovie Awards is the sister competition to the international Webby Awards. Just to give you a clearer picture: last year, there were nearly 1,500 entries in the competition coming from over 30 countries globally. More than 55,000 votes were registered in the open votes for the People’s Lovie Award! Those are some numbers!

The Explore Chartipedia website was judged by the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences, a global organization of industry experts and technology innovators. Winners are selected based on “overall experience,” as well as excellence in the following areas: content, structure and navigation, visual design, overall experience, functionality and interactivity. Other awarded companies are such giants as IKEA, Nivea, The Economist, Vogue Spain and … Gorillaz, the band.

You can see our acceptance speech on the Lovie Awards website.

The Explore Chartipedia landing page we created to promote the Chartipedia community platform (that MVP was developed by one of our dedicated scrum teams) has won the following accolades, so far:

If you want to know what the “secret sauce” for our process of winning design awards, read the “10 pro tips on how to create an award-winning website in 3 weeks”.