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National Heavy Haulage Website Nominated by CSS Design Awards

On 21 August 2013, iFactory design and developed site, National Heavy Haulage, was nominated for entry into the CSS Design Awards (CSSDA).

Founded in 2009, CSSDA is an international web design and development award site that honours and showcases freelance designers, studios and agencies for work that pushes the boundaries of UI, UX and innovative development.

CSSDA is backed by an international panel of expert judges and winners are rewarded with official certificates, respected trophies and recognition from industry leaders along with tens of thousands of daily visitors to the CSSDA site.

The CSSDA provides awards based on two judging systems. Website of the Day (WOTD) and is determined by the scores from the judging panel. The highest scoring sites are also placed in the running for Website of the Month (WOTM.)

The second judging system is for the public awards and includes UI, UX and digital innovation. Winners are determined by votes from both the public plus the score by the judges. Though unsuccessful this time in winning a WOTD or WOTM  overall award, the nomination showcases iFactory's commitment for our clients and in this instance, National Heavy Haulage,  for work that pushes the boundaries of user interface design, user experience and innovative digital development.

Award:     https://www.cssdesignawards.com/sites/national-heavy-haulage/23617/
Date:       21 August 2013

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