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The winners of the Belgian Usability Awards 2010 are: UiT in Vlaams-Brabant, KrisKras and Karel de Grote-Hogeschool.
Usability improvements increased UiTinVlaanderen’s visitor numbers with 300%. The website also finished 2nd in 2 categories at the Usability Awards 2009.
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.
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.
Out of more than 200 submissions, a professional jury has shortlisted 10 websites for the first edition of the Belgian Usability Awards.
The shortlist in alphabetical order:
UiT in Vlaanderen
Vlaamse Maatschappij voor Watervoorziening
It’s up to you now to decide which of these websites deserves to win the title of Belgium’s Most User-friendly Website.
AGConsult organises the first Belgian Usability Awards. Submit your website before 15 September 2009, 12 AM, for the chance to take home one of the 3 usability awards. Let the games begin!