Award Force blog
We’re excited to let you know about an update to our popular Top Pick judging option, the perfect reviewing mode for when you have a large panel of judges who need to find consensus.
We’ve recently added two new languages to the Award Force platform: Danish and Norwegian.
Award Force allows you to integrate with your favourite everyday software to help you do more with less time and headache. Read how our native Zapier integration can connect the awards platform to your everyday apps.
To include the general public in the decision-making process of your awards program is a powerful way to engage the community and increase your program’s reach, creating buzz around your brand.
You likely want to make it as easy as possible for your entrants to log into your awards program. Here’s how a SAML integration can help your entrants login quickly and easily.
An awards program wouldn’t be complete without badges and certificates. In Award Force, it’s easy to create aesthetic badges and certificates easily and make sure they are distributed at the right time and to the right entrants.
Entries open is an exciting period for your awards program. It is the culmination of a lot of upfront work, weeks of planning, communication and program promotion. But, how can you keep all the entries organised? Enter, tags!
Award Force Product Manager Rachel Martin shares some insights on why Review Flow is one of her favourite product features.
At Award Force, we understand how valuable your brand can be. It’s why we put so much emphasis on creating and maintaining a contest management platform that places your brand in its best light. Here’s what we have to offer your brand.
Our product team has been busy creating an improved entry form builder to help your program increase submitted entry volume and offer your participants the best possible experience. Here’s what’s new.
With so many features and functions in the Award Force toolbox, we want to break down a few of the most popular (and used!) automations you can create in your awards program to save heaps of time.
Architecture is much more than a building on a plot of land. It reaches beyond the necessities of shelter to strive to become a work of art and a reflection of our zeitgeist. Recognition of good work helps evolve the industry and foster credibility for new players. It can also help inspire future generations to find their own voice and learn from the giants who came before them.
Credibility is critical for every business endeavour. But it’s even more fundamental in an awards, grants or submission program where evaluating content is a central focus and where plagiarism is a threat to program credibility.
And, unfortunately, it’s easier than ever for someone to steal content that is not theirs.
According to the World Health Organisation, 15% of the world population, roughly 1 billion people, live with disabilities. This is an incredibly large community of people that are easily excluded if an application does not consider them in their design.
Award Force has been designed for all types of users, and that includes people with disabilities.
Attachments in Award Force are not just a paperclip on the side of an input box. They are a fully fledged power tool which gives you, your team and your program participants an exceptional experience, leaving you wondering “why doesn’t everyone handle attachments like that?”
How exactly does Award Force protect you and your participant data?
Complying with GDPR may not be relevant for you— in any case, we still encourage best-practice protection of personal data wherever you are. There are likely to be other data protection laws that do apply to your organisation.
One of the key focus areas for Award Force has always been in the details. We understand that even the smallest details make all the difference to the experience you and your participants have when interacting with the Award Force software.
It takes program management superheroes to coordinate all of the moving parts in a recognition program. All participants, from entrants and judges to you and your team are on a timeline and ensuring it all gets done within that timeline is critical.