Qatar Museums wins at the User Experience Awards
Qatar Museums' website has won a Silver Award for Best Cultural Experience at the fourth annual User Experience Awards.
The User Experience Awards inspire technologists to create elegant, human-centered products that solve real customer problems. They showcase next- generation digital work by honouring and celebrating with the most talented UX innovators and highlighting exceptional UX best practices.
The website and online presence is a collaboration between Qatar Museums, digital design studio Cogapp and Wolff Olins. The three teams worked closely together to develop and deliver an online communications platform to communicate and exemplify Qatar Museums' new brand. The result is a responsive, bi-lingual Arabic-English, media-rich website that is fully integrated with the rest of the Qatar Museums online and social media presence.
The User Experience Awards 2014 finalists celebrated at this year's UXies event held at the historic Merchants Exchange in San Francisco.
Bringing music to the masses
After successfully rewiring Kansas City, Google Fiber has now announced plans to expand into 34 new cities across the USA. There was more good news last month as the project was awarded an Effie, the industry award calling out exemplars in marketing effectiveness. Google Fiber has brought blisteringly fast internet speeds, content a la carte and TV on the internet to Kansas City and we're very proud to have been part of that, alongside Venables Bell & Partners, Omnicom Media Group, Enso and Essence Digital.
Read more about Google Fiber here.