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Fathom finalists for four UX awards

Fathom finalists for four UX awards

Fathom are pleased to announce that we have been shortlisted for four awards at the 2019 UX Awards.

The UX Awards is a new awards programme organised by BusinessRiver, which celebrates achievement in the Irish UX sector. The awards are supported by Amárach Research and The Irish Times.

Fathom submitted entries across three categories for four different client projects. We have been selected as finalists for all four of our entries:

  • Social Impact of UX Award: Usability testing and conversion–rate optimisation for Madlug
  • Social Impact of UX Award: User–centred website design for Christian Aid Ireland
  • UX Achievement in Entertainment: User–focused product design for Sipario
  • UX Achievement in Health and Lifestyle: Enhanced user research for BrainWaveBank.

Being shortlisted for this wide array of projects is a great testament to the hard work put in by our team. It also demonstrates the value of our commitment to user–centred design principles, which we faithfully apply to every single project our clients come to us with. We are convinced that organisations who invest in giving their users the best possible experience will be rewarded with their reciprocated loyalty. The UX Awards are an excellent opportunity for Fathom and like–minded companies to showcase the increasingly important role that experience design plays in the Irish digital industry.

You can view a full list of finalists on the UX Awards website. The winners will be revealed at a black–tie gala awards ceremony on 20.06.2019 in the Ballsbridge Hotel, Dublin.

Fathom would like to congratulate all of the shortlisted companies, and we wish the best of luck to those we will be competing against in our categories.

Cover image attribution: The UX Awards (image owner). Retrieved from the UX Awards website. Cropped and overlayed from original.

By Andy Robinson

Andy was a UX Researcher with Fathom until July 2021, when he moved on to take up a role at Rapid7.

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