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Friday, November 13, 2015

NBC bags 3 Webjurist awards



The National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) has bagged three special Webjurist awards in the 2015 edition of the event organized by Phillips Consulting in Lagos, reports ITRealms.

The occasion held at The WheatBaker Ikoyi-Lagos saw the NBC clinching three Federal parastatals category awards including the Best Web Aesthetics, the Best Web Accessibility and the first place in the Webjurist awards, which is the overall.

ITRealms reports that largely this award is for federal government parastatal and state-owned websites and have been assessed based on the aesthetics, technical aspects, website content, user experience and performance.

NBC, ITRealms notes is a parastatal of the Federal Government of Nigeria, empowered to regulate the broadcasting industry based on Act 38 of 1992 as amended by Act 55 of 1999. 

While Phillip Consulting has held this awards for over 12 years, consistently rating the official corporate websites of financial, telecommunications and media institutions, during her annual Web-Jurist exercise.

According to Foluso Phillips, founder of Phillips Consulting Limited, the initiative has contributed to enhancing corporate websites, and increased the consciousness and interest of organisations in appreciating the value of well-articulated websites in today’s digitally driven economy.

ITRealms recollects that the Annual Web-Jurist Awads has become a highly recognised brand and Phillips Consulting Limited has gone further to produce analyses of each organisation’s website, in order to provide bases for improvement. 

“Websites today, have become not just the marketing and publicity face of organisations, but also an important aspect of service delivery and interaction with clients, customers and indeed all stakeholders,” officials said.
 

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