Following on from last year’s double win at the User Experience UK Awards, our new website has enjoyed more success after picking up the award for best Mobile Solution or Application at the inaugural International Design for Experience Awards.

TfL, New Website, Award

The new TfL website has won best Mobile Solution or Application at the DfE Awards.

UX Magazine, sponsors of the awards, had this to say about our new mobile-friendly site scooping the prize:

Working in collaboration with TfLโ€™s online marketing team and build partner Detica, we are experience set out to create a responsive site that would work on any device and provide a consistent experienceโ€”bringing together big data, live updates, and location-based services for the worldโ€™s most complex public transport network.

A clearly outlined design process that would be very easy to use as aresource for teaching, a solid roll-out strategy, a good system for collecting and synthesizing customer feedback, and analytics to support their story all made an impression on the judges.

See all the DfE award winners here.

Posted by Stephen Irvine

Stephen is the Community Manager and Digital Blog editor for Transport for London

5 Comments

  1. Latifat Ayoola April 3, 2014 at 1:17 pm

    This is very helpful and so detailed that you won’t miss your way especially with the icon that shows how many stops is in between. Thuumb up

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  2. john goldsmith April 6, 2014 at 8:27 am

    please can I have the old site back

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    1. Hi John, what’s the problem you are having with the new site?

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  3. Very helpful article.

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  4. Hey! This is my 1st comment here so I just wanted to give a quick
    shout out and tell you I really enjoy reading
    through your blog posts. Can you recommend any other blogs/websites/forums that deal with
    the same subjects? Thank you so much!

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