We are thrilled to announce that Heartburst were finalists in the Australian Web Awards for the second year running! This year we have been recognised as finalists in the “Health and Wellness” category for our work on the AEPCC website.
AEPCC (Australian Early Psychosis Collaborative Consortium) is a fantastic initiative working to improve the lives of young people experiencing psychosis. The website we designed and built was based on a thorough discovery process, stakeholder consultation and usability testing. We’re proud to be supporting AEPCC as they work to enhance clinical practice in the area of early psychosis, and excited to gain this recognition on their behalf.
The 2023 Australian Web Awards were held on the 20th May, at the prestigious Doltone House LOFT in Sydney. With views to the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge, the glitzy event brought together all of our nations’ digital firepower with some incredible work on display.
“It was our privilege to attend the event and rub shoulders with the best in the biz. The atmosphere was electric and there is a growing momentum in the digital industry. It was encouraging to see numerous nonprofits being recognised for their digital efforts, notably UNICEF who took out the coveted Site of the Year award.”Heartburst Head of Digital, Nick Dubé said.
We look forward to next year’s awards and will be doubling down on creating award-quality websites for our amazing clients.
Our work on the Clyde Creek Primary School was also recognised as a finalist in the 2022 awards.
Big thanks to the Australian Web Industry Association for running this event.