Design Week Creative Survey – moves and changes from the 2015 Webbie Awards

Following the results of the Webbie Awards, we’ve updated the Design Week Creative Survey awards ranking table – see who has risen and who has fallen.

The redesigned Guardian website
The redesigned Guardian website

The Design Week Creative Survey has been updated to reflect the results of the 2015 Webbie Awards, announced earlier this month.

The Creative Survey is based on a points system, with each award scheme given a certain number of points.

The table will be updated throughout the year, each time a contributing awards scheme announces its results.

The big winners were the Guardian’s design team, who picked up awards for their website redesign, as well as special projects such as the Mapping the Skies feature. Following these results, the Guardian has moved up to 13th place in the Creative Survey.

The Guardian's Mapping the Skies project
The Guardian’s Mapping the Skies project

The BBC also picked up awards, for projects including #BBC Trending and BBC Live Events, and moves up to ninth spot in the Creative Survey chart.

The Webby results also feed into our Creative Survey Interactive table, which is currently topped by AKQA, followed by the BBC and the Guardian.


You can see the Design Week Creative Survey standings in full at: creativesurvey.designweek.co.uk.

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