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Multi award-winning Sysdoc website

Thomas Bugler

We are delighted to announce that the Sysdoc website has won four awards. These awards recognise the incredible design and technical talent that helped us transform our global brand. The project saw Sysdoc.com undergo a complete human-centred redesign from the ground up to place a greater focus on our case studies and thought leadership.

Our most recent win was in the Awwwards, an industry leader renowned by designers and developers worldwide. We received an Honourable Mention (Honors) for our website, which held a mark of 7.7/10 from the user vote. The site has been recognised by the jury for "The great talent and effort invested in its creation". Sysdoc.com was voted highly across four key judging areas of Design, Usability, Creativity and Content. Our site joins fellow winners in this category such as Google, American Airlines and Microsoft.

Sysdoc.com was designed and developed in-house to promote our people, the work we do, and our capabilities.

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Our Awwwards win

Additional award wins were CSS Light (Featured Site of the Day) and CSS Design (Special Kudos Award), where we were judged against the user interface, user experience and innovation throughout the site. The Web Guru awards were our final win.

These wins reaffirm the success of collaborative working across our global team in creating the website.

"I am delighted that we have been recognised with these awards. This is testament to the commitment and creativity of a global team that delivered not only the website but a wider global rebrand programme. The website itself has had record engagement, with a 50% increase in website views and a 20% increase in time spent on our site. As a team, we now proudly stand behind a contemporary and connected identity that aligns our people with the brand, the messaging and company direction driving Sysdoc’s future growth".

- Brett Sedcole, Head of User Experience and Design

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