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Innermedia Are Finalists at the Herts Digital Awards

chris
3rd August 2015

We’re pleased to announce that we’re the finalists for the Herts Digital Awards in two categories.

Our website for Southbank International School has been nominated for the best school, education, or charity website category and the best use of video for business category.

The site went live earlier this year with an innovative approach to educational sites. Rather than static banners at the top of each landing page, we used slow-motion video to add personality to each page without detracting from the most important content.

The parallax-style homepage lets visitors see all of the school’s USPs as they scroll through while covering key information about all of the campuses across London and the pupils’ impressive exam results. The site has considerably more content than their past version, with plenty of information so both existing and prospective parents can go to the school site on an ongoing basis.

The awards are held on the 24th September, and we look forward to attending the ceremony in Stevenage to support the event.

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