Our 2014 ANZIA winners reflect not only the variety of this year’s entries but the high overall standard of content from all applicants, which left judges with some difficult decisions to make.
We were particularly impressed with the response to the new Leonie Dunbar Memorial Award for Community Websites. This category attracted the highest number of submissions and was one of the most difficult to judge. The groups who applied, but were not given an award this year, are encouraged to apply again next year – such was the competitiveness of the category. We think Leonie would have been thrilled with the calibre of applicants and proud of the great work and achievements across all community groups.
The ANZIAs were created to recognise those who excel in delivering accessible, innovative, informative and secure resources to a diverse and wide community, on the Internet – both in Australia and New Zealand. We continue to encourage all those who contribute to the growth and world class standard online, in both countries, to apply in the coming years.