Good on ya!

We’ll be heading along to the ONYA Awards this Friday which mark the end of Webstock. (For us it’s pretty exciting stuff as Matt explained earlier.)

The ONYAs celebrate New Zealand’s best websites and applications as judged by this industry.

We’re delighted that Xero has been named finalist in 4 categories:

  • Best web application
  • Most innovative
  • Best user experience
  • Most outstanding website

We’ll be crossing our fingers and rehearsing acceptance speeches in our heads alongside the other great companies and websites nominated in these categories – see you guys there!

  • Chrometoaster
  • YouDo
  • NZ on Screen
  • Boost New Media
  • 3Months
  • Codec
  • DigitalNZ
  • Eventfinder
  • Pocketsmith
  • DNA
  • Powershop
  • Ponoko and Origin Design

You can read about the categories and nominees on the ONYA’s blog.

2 Comments

Galen King
February 2, 2010 at 11:12 pm

Looking forward to it and to meeting some of you.

Darryl Collins
February 2, 2010 at 9:41 am

Best of luck!

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