Best Use of Social Media category reviews architecture practices that use social media to communicate, connect and promote their work to audiences using interesting content. Using posts, images, videos and other meaningful content with strong personality that fairly represents the tone of the brand and is consistent with the website.
Del Hossain – Having worked at Foster + Partners, ORMS and Hans Haenlein Architects Del, found himself looking for a new challenge in architecture when he came to Adrem. Del is currently the Managing Director of Adrem and also sits on several committees for the RIBA working as an advisor and is the RIBA’s Series Editor for the Business Books publications. Del continues to support the Bartlett where he studied as well as being their previous R&V Alumni Chairman.
Anna Winston – Editor of Dezeen, one of the internet’s most influential design and architecture blogs. Before joining Dezeen, Anna was editor of bdonline.co.uk. She has also worked as a digital consultant for a number of private organisations, advising them on social media, digital strategies and online development.
Carine Mneimneh – Digital Media Manager at Caro Communications. Her previous roles include working with the London Design Festival where she created social and digital media strategies for key stakeholders from the V&A to individual artists and designers. She also worked for the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea and the GLA, where she developed a social media strategy for the Fourth Plinth Programme.
Ben Storey – Also on the judging panel for Best Use of Technology category; Ben helps businesses around the globe to understand, utilise and appreciate the value the digital world offers to their brands. Whether making accountancy exciting for Sage, breaking new ground for Sony, or speaking “Furbish” for Furby, he’s helped shape how these brands communicate through their digital channels.
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