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Holding Redlich’s new website wins gold in prestigious design awards

21 May 18 - Media Release

National law firm Holding Redlich is delighted that its recently launched new website has just won gold in the prestigious Melbourne Design Awards, recognised in the Digital – Business Operations category. 

The Melbourne Design Awards are part of a global association of design and innovation awards in cities including New York, San Francisco, London, Hong Kong, Sydney and Melbourne. 

With a new, crisp design, the Holding Redlich website features photos of its lawyers prominently across the site and also contains an online library of around 2,700 knowledge and news analysis articles authored by its lawyers.

National Managing Partner Ian Robertson said the award win was excellent recognition.

“We are very pleased to have received this award,” Ian said.

“We strive to achieve excellence in everything we do – without exception – and that includes our marketing resources and materials.” 

As well as being recognised for its contemporary design, the award also recognises that despite its significant size (more than 5,500 pages) the design and information structure means finding relevant information is quick and easy. 

The new Holding Redlich website can be found at: www.holdingredlich.com 

And information about the award and the web project can be found here.

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