Web design house Online Magic gained a significant boost by winning the Best Web Site Design category in the Yell 1997 awards. The award recognises the work the company has done for major clients, including Channel 4, Boots and the General Election site GE97.
Yell judges felt the agencies' work showed strength in design, keeping sites updated and building the feeling of community. The company has also won an award from the British Interactive Multimedia Association (BIMA) and the New Media Age Effectiveness Awards.
Showing amazing talent for a 17-year-old, Kig Hodgson scooped the Best Personal Site and Readers' Choice awards for his Spice Girls site at (web.ukonline.co.uk/kig.hodgson/spice). Teletext (www.teletext.co.uk) was awarded Best Online Publication. A full listing of the Yell awards can be found at (www.yell.co.uk).
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