This Autumn the South of England will recognise outstanding digital talent in the area, at the Wirehive 100 Awards 2018 ceremony.

We are delighted to announce that DotLabel have been shortlisted in two categories, Consumer Site of the Year for our website work with luxury spirits company William Grant & Sons; and Best User Experience for our award-winning digital project with blood cancer charity Anthony Nolan.

We revamped The Balvenie Scotch Whisky's global website and five local market translated sites for the brand’s international audience, to address online user needs and expectations with relevant digital experiences and tailored content.

For Anthony Nolan charity, which matches three people a day with a lifesaving donor, we designed a user-centric online registration process which has led to increase in the number of quality donors and enhanced online journeys for non-eligible donors.

Our user experience research and design work with the charity was also awarded Silver & Bronze in two categories at the UK’s Digital Experience Awards 2018.

Matt Oxley, co-Founder & Director of DotLabel says

“We are delighted to be among the finalists in this year’s Wirehive 100 Awards in two categories. Over the past year, we’ve worked with great companies to deliver tailored digital solutions with strong UX focus which are making a difference, both to the online identity of the brands as well as their audiences – local or worldwide.”

Wirehive 100 Award and League Table showcase digital excellence in the South of England. All of the judging is overseen by an independent panel of distinguished digital professionals ensuring a Wirehive 100 Award is a recognised and credible benchmark of digital excellence.

Winners are announced on 11th October 2018! Fingers crossed!

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