Every year our partners at Kentico award the coveted Site Of The Year crown to one of the many websites built using this leading content management system. The contest seeks out the best Kentico CMS and EMS implementations and choses the top three from each category to create the shortlist. This is then put to a public vote to determine the winners.
There are many categories and many entries and unsurprisingly, competition is fierce. That’s why we’re delighted to announce that for 2016, we have made it into the shortlist for our work with Help To Buy NEYH.
We are competing in the category Best NGO Site and we’re up against two other impressive entries including the brand new website for Save The Children Netherlands built by Icemedia and Cites Cop 17 built by Brand In Motion, so don’t forget to vote now
if you want to see Pixelbuilders crowned the winners!
Our work with Help To Buy NEYH was one of the most exciting projects we worked on over the latter half of 2016 and it really put the Kentico content management system to the test. It features a developer portal as well as multiple property feed integrations which keep the website full of fresh content. It also raises the benchmark for all websites in the Help To Buy family and sets the standard for great user experience and clean code.
If you’d like to know more about the Help To Buy project, take a look at our case study which explains how we approached every stage of this project from Discover and Design to Develop and Deliver.
This marks the second time our work has been recognised by Kentico at this level. The last time was for our work with Strata Homes which was shortlisted in the Best Industrial and Manufacturing category for 2015’s Site Of The Year.
So not only does this mean we’ve made it to the shortlist two years in a row, but it also is a great recognition of our ability to deliver high quality digital solutions across different industries and sectors.
It’s a wonderful reward for the hard work of the Pixel team too so with your help, fingers crossed we’re the winners! Watch this space.
(And don’t forget to vote