On Thursday 3rd December 2009 I had the pleasure of heading down to London to spend an evening at the .NET Awards, hosted by the fabulous .NET Magazine. It was a great opportunity to finally meet some of the web folk we’re all familiar with, and to experience the results live at the awesome Altitude 360 venue in the centre of the capital. Here’s my video overview of the event from my personal viewpoint, and a summary of the winners of each category.

Web Application of the Year – Dropbox


Best Community Site – Twitter


Best API Use – TweetDeck


Interactive Site of the Year – NVIDIA Speak Visual

NIVIDIA Speak Visual

Blog of the Year – Smashing Magazine

Smashing Magazine

Podcast of the Year – Boagworld


Vodcast of the Year – Diggnation


Design Agency of the Year – Clear Left

Clear Left

Innovation of the Year – Google Chrome

Google Chrome

Internet Personality of the Year – Stephen Fry

Stephen Fry

Viral Campaign of the Year – Nitro/Best Job in the World

Nitro - Best Job in the World

Standards Champion – Jeffrey Zeldman

Jeffrey Zeldman

Open Source Application of the Year – jQuery


Redesign of the Year – Whitehouse.gov


Mobile Site of the Year – Flickr


Mobile App of the Year – Shazam


Infamy Award – IE6


All in all it was a great event! Did your favourites come out on top? Check out the all the finalists in each category over at thenetawards.com

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  1. Aaah the joys of the roadworks between 28 and 24. Seriously though that looked like one hell of a good time. I take it the Erskine table proceeded to buy all the paracetamol in London the next morning..?

  2. Thanks for listing them, but I found it very annoying that there were no links to the actual sites. Like a gallery with only the thumbnails and no large pictures.

  3. On the .NET awards website they list bbc.co.uk as the winner of the best redesign category. thanks for the summary.

  4. How can you not like Stephen Fry, he’s both everywhere and hilarious. The list is great, and like that the Whitehouse.gov was on there and that IE 6 won infamy.

  5. I have to say DropBox has revolutionized how I work with my business partners! It’s fast, it’s easy and it works!


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