Best User Experience

We’re looking for websites that have clearly understood the audience and where a lot of thought has gone into creating the user journey.

Judges will be hoping to see websites that load quickly with elegant, efficient and consistent navigation so users can find relevant content quickly and easily. The website should work equally well on any device – desktop, laptop, smartphone, or tablet.

This category is particularly relevant for websites that have had additions and improvements in the last 12 months.

Entry Fee: £95.00 + VAT

Criteria

Ease of use Is the website easy to navigate? Is there any learning curve required to understand how to use the website?
Architecture Is the website’s layout and structure conducive to a good user experience? Is it taking into account best practices?
Consistency Is the user experience consistent throughout the site? Does it use the same navigation menu? Is there a coherent site structure?
Speed Is the website quick to load?

Judges

  • Jemima Burrill

    Jemima is the curator/cultural coordinator for NOW Gallery based on Greenwich Peninsular where she has initiated a lively exhibition programme alongside digital content. 

  • Mark Ferguson

    Mark is a graphic designer and creative director of Very Own Studio which he set up in 2009. The studio works across various sectors including architecture, property and creative services.

  • Louis Whittal

    Louis is a data-driven and analytical UX designer. He has worked with global brands including Land Rover, ING and Lyft. He founded userfirst.agency in London to focus exclusively on UX design.

Entries are currently closed

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