Check out our new site for Radio 1's Picture Message Day and get involved! All you need to do is get hold of your mobile and take a picture of yourself or whatever the DJ on air asks you to and send it in. All messages are free to send today (Friday 11th 2009).
We're proud to announce the launch of the new Teenage Cancer Trust website. Teenage Cancer Trust is a fantastic charity aimed at improving the lives of teens and young adults with cancer. Amongst other things the new website includes a support network for young people with cancer and their families to share their experiences with those most likely to understand.
We've been appointed by BBC Northern ireland to design the first Ulster Scots website. The site will be launching in the early part of next year. Stayed tuned for more information. In the meantime take a look at one of the projects we'll be working on, [A Kist O' Wurds](http://www.bbc.co.uk/northernireland/radioulster/a_kist_o_wurds/).
We are pleased to announce that our website for Westminster City Council won best website at this years CorpComms awards.
Save Our Sounds has won gold for Best Cross-Media Promotion or Campaign at the The Radio Academy Promotions & Marketing awards. The project was produced in conjunction with the BBC World Service and AudioBoo, allowing users from around the world to upload endangered sounds directly to the site for playback online and in broadcast.
*From left to right: Steve Martin - World Service Promotions and navigation editor, Colin Babb - Save Our Sounds website producer, Kate Goldberg - Save Our Sounds website editor*
The nominations for this year's BIMA awards have been announced and we're happy to say that for the second year running we're up for an award. Battlefront has been nominated in the best website category. The competition is stiff (we're up against the iPlayer!) but we reckon we've got a shot at it.