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2016 Award Winners

Category Award Winners
Best conceptual communication Jagvir Brar and Hans van der Meij for Designing Video Instruction for Statistics Software entry
Best procedural communication Rob Woodgate for How to Scale Documentation entry

2016 Merit Winners

Category Merit Winners
Best conceptual communication Vodafone and 3di for “Fingertips” video about the One Net Information Site entry
Best procedural communication 3di and doc-department for Migraine Simulator Quick Start Guide entry

Jagvir Brar collects an award on Skype

Best conceptual communication

Jagvir Brar received an award for Best conceptual communication on behalf of Jagvir Brar and Hans van der Meij with the Designing Video Instruction for Statistics Software entry.

What the judges said

“We were impressed with the originality of this entry; and that the videos were so engaging and informative. The delivery style and quality of content ensure that interest is sustained and learning is made straightforward.

The management of material is consistent and the result is delightful while serious in subject matter.”

Click here to view the winning entry online.


Rob Woodgate receives an award

Best procedural communication

Rob Woodgate received an award for Best procedural communication with the How to Scale Documentation entry.

What the judges said

“This entry is so effective because it makes everything seem so manageable. The blog format works really well particularly as the author has managed the material so effectively.

The user is guided through the series of articles and can be confident of finding explanations and at the right level. Cross-referencing is suitable and comprehensive A very usable series of articles.”

 Click here to view the winning entry online.


Paul Ballard collects a merit on behalf of Vodafone and 3di

Best conceptual communication

Paul Ballard received a merit for Best conceptual communication on behalf of Vodafone and 3di with “Fingertips” video about the One Net Information Site.

What the judges said

“A very accomplished and attractive video. The design concept is fresh and suits the subject matter very well.

The importance of product information and accessibility of that information is demonstrated effectively.”


A representative of doc-department receives a merit on behalf of 3di and doc-department

Best procedural communication

A representative of doc-department received an award on behalf of 3di and and doc-department for Best procedural communication with the Migraine Simulator Quick Start Guide entry.

What the judges said

“The booklet produced to accompany the product is very well designed and constructed for the purpose. The style and content are well suited to the subject matter and executed consistently.

The submission description indicates that the booklet was produced to tight timescales and on a low budget. This makes it even more impressive as this is not evident.”

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