The Good Web Guide has launched its fifth Website of the Year Awards, celebrating innovation and online excellence. Since their inception in 2009, the Awards have been supported by celebrity entrepreneurs who have first hand experience of launching websites online including Sarah Beeny, Jamie Murray-Wells, Julie Meyer, Alison Cork and ex Dragon, Doug Richard. The judges have been deliberating over the entries during the past few weeks, whittling down the number of sites to 50.
We are delighted to announce that MyPhotoSchool is amongst the chosen few to go through to the final round of this year’s Good Web Guide Website of the Year.
The winner will be announced by Holly Tucker of Not On The High Street at the Awards Reception on Tuesday 19th November at The Royal Institution of Great Britain. The judges have commented: “Although we say this every year, the standard is ever higher and we hope that you’ll find the shortlist representative of some really useful websites. These are sites that we hope you’ll want to bookmark. Some are quirky, some deliver information in an engaging manner, others are game changers.
We strive for excellence at MyPhotoSchool and if you think we’re worthy, we’d love you to support us by voting above in the People’s Choice Award for the Website of the Year.
What The Good Web Guide says about MyPhotoSchool:
The best websites for aspiring photographers
"An incredibly special site that deserves a high ranking on our desired list of sites, My Photo School does exactly what it says on the tin – and a lot more besides. Not only are there tutorials from some of the world’s top photographers, but there are several levels of expertise to choose from whether you’re a beginner, intermediate or are looking for something more specialist such as wedding photography, bird photography, and even digital macro photography."
Finalists in our category:
- www.my-photo-school.com – Online photography courses that offer excellent value for money with the first and only online photography school to offer a classroom learning experience from the comfort of your own home.
- teachers.natwest-pocketmoney.com – The NatWest Pocket Money Programme is helping equip the next generation to get the most out of life, with practical and engaging resources and lesson plans for teachers and their pupils.
- www.route-in.com– Revolutionising the way candidates prepare for interviews and admissions processes by providing access to experienced professionals who’ve been there and done it.