e3 and the Royal Navy nominated in the UXUK awards

e3 has been nominated the UXUK awards for their work on the Royal Navy Graduates section. The UXUK awards recognise excellence in user-focused digital or service design. The awards are a celebration of innovative UX offerings from organisations that take pride in offering the best possible online or joined-up experience, judged by some of the industries UX giants.

The Royal Navy graduates section was designed to achieve many goals as well as tackle the obstacles the Navy had when it came to a competitive graduate market. The graduate section fits seamlessly within the wider digital eco system of the Royal Navy site and guides users on a journey to discovering the endless possibilities the Navy has to offer.

James Lock, Lead UX Consultant commented “The Royal Navy graduates section was a team effort that created a clear, purposeful journey that informed the user whilst engaging them with the Royal Navy’s story. We’re delighted to be recognised and we’ve got our fingers crossed.”

Check out the rest of UXUK awards shortlist here.

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