Not one, but two awards were won by the HQOntario.ca website. In addition to the prestigeous Summit Awards, the W³ Awards Silver Award honors creative excellence on the web, and recognizes the creative and marketing professionals behind award winning sites, videos and marketing programs. Simply put, the W³ is the first major web competition to be accessible to the biggest agencies, the smallest firms, and everyone in between. Small firms are as likely to win as Fortune 500 companies and international agencies.
The W³ is sanctioned and judged by the International Academy of the Visual Arts, an invitation-only body consisting of top-tier professionals from a “Who’s Who” of acclaimed media, interactive, advertising, and marketing firms. IAVA members include executives from organizations such as AvatarLabs, Big Spaceship, Block Media, Conde Nast, Coach, Disney, The Ellen Degeneres Show, Estee Lauder, Fry Hammond Barr, Microsoft, MTV Networks, Polo Ralph Lauren, Sotheby’s Institute of Art, Victoria’s Secret, Wired, Yahoo! and many others.
I had a large hand to play in the development of the website, and I am so very happy to have received another award for the hard work I contributed to this project.
Health Quality Ontario was the recipient of the Silver Summit International Award in the Government Website category. Summit International Awards recognize “best in class” creative and communications excellence. HQO’s site competed with over 5,000 submissions from 23 countries. I am very proud to have received this award; it is a reflection of the hard work and dedication I put towards designing and developing something useful and engaging for all citizens living in Ontario. I’d like to thank my colleagues at HQO for their patience and assistance with making this project what it is today.
If you haven’t had a chance to check the website out, go here:
As HQOA years worth of design, programming and collaboration comes to the forefront. I couldn’t be happier to have produced something as complicated and successful.
We’ve finally launched our website.
A year’s worth of design, programming and collaboration comes to the forefront. I couldn’t be happier to have produced something as complicated and successful. With the help of my colleagues at HQO, we were able to populate over 1000 pages of content into a refreshed bilingual format for the web.
I documented my design process and construction throughout the project and plan to organize that into a post at a later time. In that process I broadened my knowledge and added a lot of experience to my repertoire in the realm of Microsoft based server technologies such as .NET, C# and the CMS framework DotNetNuke. I am proud to launch this website to the public and I hope this can be a useful tool of information for everyone in the future.
Please visit my efforts: http://www.hqontario.ca
Today, Health Quality Ontario’s Long-Term Care Public Reporting Website was refreshed with home-level data for all 630+ long-term care homes in Ontario. This is a first for the province – in fact, HQO now hosts the most comprehensive long-term care public reporting website in Canada. Any member of the public who is interested in long-term care quality in Ontario can go to the HQO website, look up a home of interest, and review that home’s performance on falls, pressure ulcers, incontinence, and restraints. Updated results for 9 of the 12 provincial-level indicators we report are also available as of today.
I’m very happy to have played an instrumental role in bringing the project this far, what started out as a simple design refresh, became an integrated team effort of success with many colleagues at Health Quality Ontario.
Please Visit: http://www.hqontario.ca/en/reporting/ltc/