The website of Plan België, winner of the jury prize for ‘Most user-friendly government or non-profit website’ at the Usability Awards 2009, charmed the jury with its good looks and user-friendliness. The copywriting is adapted to the web and the calls to action are focused on the site’s top tasks.
The website of Ancienne Belgique, winner of the jury prize for ‘Most user-friendly corporate or commercial website’ at the Usability Awards 2009, stands out because of its clean design and well-integrated community features.
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Brussels Airlines is the public vote winner of the Usability Awards 2009. The task-oriented homepage and the user-friendly way of looking for and booking a flight are a few of the site’s highlights.
Congratulations to the winners of the Belgian Usability Awards 2009: Brussels Airlines, Ancienne Belgique and Plan België. And to runners-up Kudzu, UiT in Vlaanderen, Bubblestick and Leuven.
iPerceptions’ research shows that 48% of the people on e-commerce websites doesn’t buy due to lack of usability. Even worse: 38,5% of the people who visit a website with the intention to buy, don’t succeed in doing so.
On 10 November 2009 we will announce the winners of the first edition of the Belgian Usability Awards.
10 November 2009, 17h00 till 19h30
Holiday Inn Garden Court Brussels Expo
Keizerin Charlottelaan 6 – 1020 Brussels
Easy to reach by car and public transport (subway at 2 minutes walk)
Entrance fee: nothing. It’s free!
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