Published on June 10, 2015
Our winning entry was the Net Aware site we designed and built for the National Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC)
The Design for Experience Awards are hosted—and judged—by a panel of UX experts chosen by the editorial staff of UX Magazine. As the name suggests, the awards are given to best-in-class examples of user- and customer-centred design. It was our first time entering, so we were pretty excited about coming out on top!
Our entry was the Net Aware website, which we designed and built for the NSPCC, a UK-based charity devoted to promoting the well-being of children. Net Aware contains loads of useful information for parents about the social networks their kids use, including what some of the risks might be. Because the experience is intended to help parents and kids have a better mutual understanding of social networks, we entered Net Aware in the Experience That Makes a Difference category.
A big thank you to the team of Beyonders who made this possible, and to the NSPCC for trusting us with bringing such an important experience to life.
To find out more about the awards, head on over to UX Magazine’s recent post announcing the winners.