Thursday, August 6, 2020

Nottingham web design agency scoops four design awards

Nottingham based web design agency Strafe Creative has won four design awards for one of its client projects – Tobacco Dock.

Earlier this year, Strafe was approached by Tobacco Dock, a London event space, to create its new online presence. The site has been live since the end of August and has now been critiqued by Strafe’s peers within the digital design community in the CSS Design Awards.

Designers, coders and creatives from across the world have judged the website and awarded Strafe with the top accolade in four design categories – Best Innovation, Best User Experience, Best User Interface and a Special Kudos Award too.

Ross Davies, Managing Director of Strafe Creative, said: “We are proud of our work with Tobacco Dock and know that the new site is already having a positive impact on their business, which is fundamental to all our work. To have secured the project as a result of a competitive pitch process was a great result for the team and to now have our work so positively received by the design community is hugely satisfying. The Strafe team have done a great job!”

Karolina Chmielarska, Marketing Manager at Tobacco Dock, said: “I couldn’t be happier with our new site. It clearly states what our (at times complex) proposition is, and serves lots of information in a visually attractive and easy to find way. We have also received very positive feedback from a multitude of clients and stakeholders, so it is great to learn that the site has now also picked up four design awards.”

Strafe Creative will soon open a London office and a new Nottingham HQ.

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