All the publications are assessed and moderated by experts in the various fields. Note that the judges consider your available budget and the professional support you receive in producing the publication.
Judges assess your writing in terms of language usage, the originality, punch and applicability of headlines, captions and introductions. Due consideration is given to general style, identity and structure of articles.
The judges ask the following questions, among others:
The following factors, among others, are taken into account:
The judges consider the following:
Electronic publications are also judged in terms of writing, layout (including the use of graphics and photographs) and communication. The user-friendliness of the publication and its navigation are also be assessed.
Corporate websites are judged on general image, user-friendliness, navigation, regular updates of information, knowledge of the target audience and writing.
These are assessed in terms of script, technical qualities such as photography, lighting, editing, sound, presentation and communication.
These are assessed on applicability of language, layout and communication for the publics who are addressed. In annual reports, the reporting of financial results also receive special attention.
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