The campaign’s nominated in the Best Use of Interactive Video category — show your support by casting your vote here: https://www.peopleslovie.eu/#best-use-of-interactive-video-0
In addition to securing a finalist place for Refuge, three other pieces of Code’s work made the main shortlist which highlighted the very strongest entries: Oxfam Grow ‘Behind The Brands’ in the Social Media for Good Campaign category; Refuge ‘Support a Friend’ in the Animation category; and the Code Computerlove website in the Corporate Communications category (view the full Lovie Awards shortlist).
Around 1,500 entries from over 20 European countries were submitted for consideration in the awards, which is run by the International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences.
And as a finalist, we’re also competing for two other sought-after awards: The Lovie Award (chosen by the Academy) and The People’s Lovie Award.
Voting closes on the 10th October, with the winners announced on the 15th.