The Intranet and Digital Workplace Awards are global awards that recognise outstanding contributions to the fields of intranets and digital workplaces. The awards uncover remarkable solutions that deliver business value, and then share them with the wider community. We also shine a light on the talented teams behind this work, and the agencies that have supported them.

Now in their tenth year, the awards have been renamed from the Intranet Innovation Awards, in recognition of the broader scope and impact of enterprise projects.

The 2016 Intranet and Digital Workplace Awards have now closed for entries. Watch this space, as we’ll be announcing the winners in September!

Awards explorer

Over the years, the Awards have grown to become a unique library of outstanding solutions, covering every aspect of intranets and digital workplaces. We are progressively releasing these as case studies, providing straight-to-the-point resources for teams in a hurry.

Use the filters below to explore the remarkable winners of the Awards:

MITRE: Creating responsive organisation pages
Ogletree Deakins: Improving findability and access to content
TAFE Queensland: Forging a new organisational identity
Barclays Bank: Empowering staff to manage their learning
Coles: An intranet for frontline retail staff
IDEO: The Tube - People and project pages
PwC Australia: Delivering a professional services intranet
Robin Partington & Partners: Evolving a powerful digital workplace
CRS Australia: Just-in-time-content
BNY Mellon: Changing user behaviour with big data
Hansen Yuncken: Using the intranet as a core business system
Danske Bank: Making an IT helpdesk portal user-centric
City of West Torrens: Creating a modern and effective intranet
Fish & Richardson: Empowering attorneys on the go
Accolade: Improving customer service with the intranet
Singapore Management University: Thinking creatively to deliver a great intranet
IMF: All About A Country
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Three ways to get what you need

1 ≫ Obtain every screenshot and case study

Intranet Innovations bundleAwards bundle

A package containing all nine annual reports (2007-2015), providing a remarkable resource for intranet teams. The package comprises over 1,200 pages, including 73 winners and 54 commended entries. Winners come from across the globe, and cover a huge range of ideas and approaches. Read more

2 ≫ Get the most recent winners

Product-IIA2015-Small-2Awards annual report

The must-have annual report for all intranet teams. Sharing details on this year’s winners of the Awards, it gives insight into the leading edge of intranets. Use the report to build support with senior management, and to guide planning for the intranet team’s next steps. Read more

3 ≫ Target your specific questions or needs

Use the Awards Explorer above to filter down to case studies that address your immediate issues and needs. Then purchase the matching case studies to get the unique set of screenshots and insights.

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More about the Awards

The Intranet and Digital Workplace Awards are run yearly, and are backed up by a panel of global judges, as well as a solid scoring methodology.

Don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions, or would like more information.

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It was great to win the award, especially bearing in mind calibre of the other competitors and previous winners (PWC, Deloitte, Johnson & Johnson, Coca Cola etc). We’re lucky to have a really supportive environment here at the University of Liverpool, so if you do good work you’re always made to feel appreciated – but there’s something extra special about external validation.

It also underlines that internal development teams in HE can be just as effective, if not moreso, that our counterparts in the private sector, and at design agencies. Some folks would have you believe that outsourcing mobile development is more effective than keeping it in house, but at the University of Liverpool we’re proving that that’s not always the case! Since winning the award we’ve been invited to talk about our experiences both in the UK and overseas, so it’s given us a great opportunity to fly the flag for the innovative work being carried out by our Mobile Development team.

- Paul Hagan, UI & Mobile Development Team Leader, University of Liverpool