The Communicator Awards, a major international awards program, has honoured Usability Matters with three Silver Awards of Distinction. This is the second year in a row that Usability Matters has been honoured by this leading international awards program.
Our design for Paddlecore’s Gushou Software Identity won in the category of Corporate Identity – Logo. The Banff Centre website redesign received recognition in two categories: Websites – Charitable Organizations/Non-Profit and Websites – Art.
“These awards reflect our commitment to exceptional creative work. Despite the fact we are a UX company focused on usable products, we’re designing incredibly creative interfaces, melding form and function,” said Sarah English, Design Director and Principal at Usability Matters. “These awards are proof that usable doesn’t need to be boring, and that gorgeous designs can also be easy to use.”
As a user experience company that serves clients across North America, we feel these accolades reflect work that is done at a consistently high calibre, and our client’s willingness and support to bring our best thinking to their business. We work closely with clients to understand their strategies and goals and to deliver distinctive, thoughtful, and personalized user experience design and service design support.
About The Communicator Awards
The Communicator Awards is the leading international awards program honouring creative excellence for communication professionals. These awards are judged by the Academy of Interactive & Visual Arts (AIVA). The Communicator Award received over 6000 entries in 2015.
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