Five gongs for web excellence at the Davy Awards
Itineris has scooped five accolades for web excellence at The International Davey Awards, which recognise the creative work of agencies and companies worldwide.
The firm, which offers services in creative design, digital strategy, email marketing and website design and development, was selected out of over 4,000 entries to win five gongs including a gold award for recyclable packaging company GreenBottle.
The agency also won silver awards for a website for luxury yacht company Oyster Marine, its Discover Risk online career campaign for the Chartered Insurance Institute, the Technology Strategy Board website and the website for eco-friendly festival accommodation firm, MyHab.
Matt Horsup, head of sales and marketing at Itineris said: "The GreenBottle site that won gold had to appeal to a variety of audiences ranging from high street consumers to the purchasing managers of leading supermarkets such as ASDA. Understanding these audiences and how they would interact with the site allowed us to create a user-centred design and structure that delivered at all levels. To win one Davey award is an honour but to win five is a huge achievement for us and our clients."
Established in 2001, Itineris offers its own software platforms for email marketing, website content management and online event systems. Its clients include Dance East, Ipswich Town Football Club and the Greater London Authority.
Sarah Cox from GreenBottle, the makers of the UK's first eco-friendly milk bottle, said: "It's great that our website has been recognised on an international stage. We needed our site to be fun and interactive, and to convey our eco-friendly values. The guys at Itineris got it spot on. We are so pleased to share this accolade with them."
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