Cyber-Duck win CMA Best Use of Website Award 2010

By Cyber-Duck, Posted 6 years ago

 

Cyber-Duck has added to its long list of awards with a prestigious CMA Best Use of Website Award 2010 for our client OAG.


The CMA (Construction Marketing Awards), organised by the Chartered Institute of Marketing, recognise and reward marketing excellence within the construction industry. Cyber-Duck produced OAG’s website which was up against the likes of Sage Construction, Gifford and Groundforce in the award short-list. It features a professional design, easy to use graphical user interface and interactive diagrams which all matches up to OAG's position as market leaders.

The judges commented on the site: "An impressive site clearly reflecting the company’s design and engineering excellence. A range of interactive tools provide clients with detailed technical drawings as well as documentation to help with cost planning and design. A good-looking site that encourages exploration through an authoritative yet relaxed look and helpful, pre-emptive navigation. There is good use of modern web technologies to aid interaction and improve usability. The site is also great for lead generation." Cyber-Duck have been the winners of four different awards in 2010, including the International Davey Awards, Communicator Awards, W3 Awards and CMA Awards. This is the second award Cyber-Duck has won for the OAG website this year. View the award-winning website online: OAG.

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