Fife designer in the running for national digital design award

A Fife designer has been shortlisted as this year’s Digital Innovator in the Institute of Internal Communications (IoIC) ICon Scotland Awards.
Graham Stewart, a senior digital designer at Edinburgh-based 20/20 Productions, was nominated for demonstrating best practice and excellence in his work across mobile, apps, video and intranet.
He is head of the department behind the 20/20 Productions’ three bespoke digital products: Smoke Signal, a digital signage system; DelegateManager, a customisable event registration system, and Control Tower, a bespoke CMS (content management system) platform – having streamlined the company’s own events management processes before rolling them out to event organisers and planners across the globe.
He said: “I relish the fast-paced world of the digital age – keeping up-to-date with the latest industry trends and developments – so to be recognised in this way for something I’m so passionate about is an honour.”
Stewart started working at 20/20 Productions’ Edinburgh office in 2008 as a designer but soon found that digital was his forte.
Managing director Alastair Scott said: “Graham’s innovations have been inspiring, as he supports and leads our clients in building platforms to deliver a new age of communication between employees, stakeholders and customers.
Stewart has already been previously recognised for the Best Use of Interactive Media and Best Audio-Visual Stakeholder Communication categories of the IoIC Awards.
He will find out if he has been successful this time round when the winners are announced at the IoIC Communicator of the Year launch next week (November 12) in London.

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