Belfast Telegraph

Friday 11 July 2014

In Pictures: Digital Advertising Awards 2012

DANI Awards at Titanic Belfast - .Kirsty Nixon, Suzy Byers and Clare Gilbride

There was a packed house last night for the 2012 DANI Awards at Titanic Belfast.

The awards were open to all businesses, organizations and individuals working in the digital media sector Northern Ireland or companies outside of the region working with clients in Northern Ireland.

There were a total of ten categories and a Digital Business Person of the Year for outstanding achievement who have contributed to and advanced the growth of digital media.

The awards were organized by DANI, Digital Advertising Northern Ireland – a leading organisation, helping companies do better business online "responding to the explosive growth in the UK online market, recognising the power of the internet DANI helps businesses connect with their potential customers online."



Full list of winners

Best B2B Campaign - Maildistiller



Best B2C Campaign - Emo Oil (Pierce Communications)



Best Viral Campaign - Colours Video



Best Visual Design (Web design) - Sliderobes (Eyekiller)



Best E-Commerce Site - McCausland Airport Car Park (iON)



Best Mobile Phone App - Pear Up (Hey Creative)



Best use of Social Media (Corporate) - Total Produce (Pierce Communications)



Best use of Social Media (SME) - Steven Cleary



Best use of Search - Sliderobes



Best Overall Online Strategy - W5



Digital Business Person of the Year - Paul Ferguson

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