Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Winners of first WAN-IFRA World Digital Media Awards honoured

 WANIFRA reporting:
Best News Website: The Guardian - Guardian News & Media, UK for their now famed coverage of the NSA files. 
Best Digital Advertising Campaign: General Election - Kleine Zeitung of Austria who had a restaurant serve unwitting customers dishes without even asking what the wanted before serving them a 'bill' inviting them to vote if they didn't want someone else to make their choices for them. Click here for more about this campaign.
Best Use of Online Video: How to put a human on Mars – by the BBC News team, and in particular journalist Neil Bowdler, whose love of space led him to look a the challenges of putting a human on Mars. “We got a team of great scientists together - so good NASA gave them a call” reflects Neil. “And then there was the whole team at the BBC doing the animations and building this beautiful web site.” Click here to see this story.
Best Data Visualisation Project: Null CTRL – Dagbladet. “We had a huge series of articles concerning online security in Norway,” explained designer Auden Aas, “and we had a lot of interesting data to showcase so we made an interactive video showcasing the three most exposed areas of life; at home, at work and in the city. For each one we populated them with hotspots for things like printers and servers that were vulnerable so people could learn about it without having to read technical documents.” Click here for more on this series.
Best Mobile Service: Apple Daily NGA - Apple Daily...

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