Graham Jones appointed Web Award Judge

Internet Psychologist Graham Jones has been appointed as a judge in the international  competition, The Web Awards. These are run each year by the Web Marketing Association in a bid to find the best websites in the world.

Graham said: “I am delighted to have been selected as a judge in this annual competition. Every year I have looked at these awards and discovered some great examples of websites and good case histories for the use of the latest technology. So naturally I am pleased to have been selected as a member of the judging panel for 2011.”

The competition asks judges to rate websites on a seven point scale and to provide comments on the way each website achieves its stated aims.

“I will be focusing on how well the entrants in the contest truly engage their potential users,” said Graham Jones.

Graham joins a panel of judges that includes experts from Reuters, CNN, Publicis, Lenovo, Santander and Chrysler.

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