Ever wanted to enter e web awards in which you knew you would be judged on web 
standards and by your peers in the web industry. Pipe dream?

Well this year you can, following on from the highly successful WA Web Awards, 
held annually since 2005, the Australian Web Industry Association (AWIA) is 
expanding its awards program nationally to all of Australia.

The inaugural Australian Web Awards is open to all web sites produced primarily 
by Australian designers and developers in the 2008/2009
financial year - that's right, we want YOUR work to be showcased!

Entries close on July 7 (only a week away) so don't delay - get your work 
entered to see how it stacks up against others in Australia.

Awards presentation events will be held in Brisbane, Sydney and Perth, with the overall 
"best of the best" announced at a black tie dinner on
the 6th of November in Perth, after the Edge of the Web conference.
Find more details about entry and judging criteria, categories, and costs, 
visit the Web Awards web site: http://www.webawards.com.au/

I hope you are inspired to enter your work - and good luck to everyone! Don't 
forget that entries close in just over a week from now.

P.S. If you know anyone else who should know about the Australian Web Awards, 
please forward this onto them.

P.P.S. If you use Twitter, you can follow us at http://twitter.com/auswebawards
Gary Barber
User Experience Designer/ Web Architect

Web: radharc.com.au
blog: manwithnoblog.com

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