The Innovative Research Universities (IRU) website has been
announced by the Australian Web Awards as one of the top three
finalists in the education category for the National Awards in
The IRU website-designed and developed by Zeroseven-will be
competing against Bam Creative's Highgate Primary School website
and Western Australia Museum's Broadhurst Family website in the
finals at the Australian Web Awards Gala Dinner at Scienceworks
Museum in Melbourne on 12 November 2011.
Senior Project Coordinator Tara Fox will be representing
Zeroseven at the awards ceremony.
The IRU website was launched in April this year. The website
provides news, policy updates and general information on member
universities. The main feature of the website is the interactive
map of IRU member universities around Australia.
The IRU website will be Zeroseven's second nomination this year
at the Australian Web Awards. Zeroseven was previously nominated as
a finalist in the government category for the Q-COMP website at the
Sydney Web Awards last October.
IRU is a network of seven Australian research-intensive
universities-Flinders University, Griffith University, La Trobe
University, Murdoch University, The University of Newcastle and
James Cook University.
Zeroseven is a digital development house based in Brisbane and
has won AIMIA, IMA and Australian Web Awards. Amongst Zeroseven's
clients are Airportlink, Griffith University and Green Cross
Australia. See the IRU website at www.iru.edu.au .
For more information contact Margaret Lipinska on (07) 3318