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Web Awards

24 October 2013

Great work by the following companies who took off Australian Web Awards in 2013. 

Equilibrium (McFarlane Prize for excellence, Not for Profit category)

Humaan (eCommerce, Commercial)

Perth Theatre Trust (Culture & Events)

Razorfish (Mobile)

303 Lowe and Clarity Communications (Social Media)

12Scan (Innovation)

John Cinquina (Personal)

No award was presented in the Education category but Daemon Internet Consultants and Captovate received Honourable Mentions.

See all winning sites at Australian Web Awards.

Thanks to all judges, sponsors, entrants and helpers!

Edge of the Web

11 March 2014

No question; the most exciting venture we've undertaken.

Edge of the Web 2014 is being held in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth concurrently, and more cities may be added. July 3 & 4. We're inviting business and government.

Here's the outline: http://tinyurl.com/eotw14

Who would you like to lead these conversations? What topics should we address? We're allowing a week for member feed-back. So suggest away, by emailing secretary@webindustry.asn.au or tweeting @eotw. Our hash tag is #eotw14.

Secure your seat in the pod with an Expression of Interest: http://tinyurl.com/eoi-eotw

There'll be opportunities to pitch what you do, network, learn and contribute. From $99 a day for AWIA members.

Geeks For Good

10 February 2014

It's time we got some positive stuff out there about our industry. 

Many of our members do free and heavily discounted work for the Not for Profit sector. This work helps to scale the work of social enterprises and makes a powerful difference in the impact they have on the world.

AWIA is making videos promoting the developers and the Not for Profits they work with. We've made two. We'd like to make more. Put your hand up if you've done a great project with a Not for Profit. 

Blick Creative and the Tree Project

Bam Creative and the WA Aids Council

Welcome to the Australian Web Industry Association (AWIA) website.

Formed in 2002 to unite web industry professionals across Australia, AWIA's purpose is to advance the Australian web industry by:

  • Fostering greater ties with like-minded organisations, and
  • Educating the general public about the role of professionals in the web industry.

AWIA has become one of the largest dedicated web industry association of its kind in Australia. Our monthly networking meetings regularly attract 40-60 individuals from varying cross-sections of the web industry, our occasional speaking events have attracted 150-200 attendees each, and our online forums have over 450 active participants and a total of over 40,000 posts.

Already a member?

Check out the latest news and make sure you put the next event in your diary!

Not a member yet?

Come along to one of our Port80 networking meetings and meet our members who can tell you about the benefits of becoming a member themselves. Currently Port80 meetings are held in Perth, Melbourne and Canberra.

Interested in Sponsorship?

Download our Sponsorship PDF to find out more about how you can help sponsor AWIA.

Or send an email to sponsorships@webindustry.asn.au to discuss your sponsorship ideas.

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We hope to see you soon!

The AWIA Committee