Website of the Year

Winners' Enclosure 2018

Every year, we’re so inspired by the standard of entries, people doing great things online, helping us to streamline our lives, whether in business or at home. These sites and apps are among the best of the web. Use these links to explore the winners' sites and bookmark your favourites.

Website of the Year 2018

Great British Chefs is one of the fastest growing food websites in the UK, a go-to destination for foodies in search of recipe inspo, technical expertise and chef and restaurant news and reviews.

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App of the Year 2018

Touchnote is the multi-award-winning mobile and desktop app that turns your pictures into gorgeous postcards and gifts, in very simple steps.

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Lizzie Loves Healthy

People's Choice: After fierce voting by the public, Lizzie Loves Healthy surged into the lead. Find delicious, nutrient packed recipes that everyone can feast on, with advice on how to keep families healthy.

The Mayhew

Charity category: Mayhew is an animal welfare charity working to improve life for dogs, cats and the people in our community – at its home in London and internationally.


Wellbeing category: Known for their award winning eye masks, with endorsements from the likes of Grazia, Vogue, Tatler, The Times.


Fashion category: One of the UK’s leading online fashion and lifestyle publishers featuring news, views, edits and opinions on all things relevant and desirable for the modern woman.

London Art Studies

Education category: A series of specialist (jargon-free) online art appreciation courses that are easy to access. Look up an artist before a gallery visit, or watch a five minute film to learn your Monets from your Manets.

Plan South America

Luxury category: This company crafts one of a kind adventures to Latin America and Antarctica. Each trip is customised, combining clients’ requests with meticulous planning and expansive network of local contacts.

House & Garden

Home & Garden category: From Condé Nast; the best in international design and decoration in the home and garden, alongside recipes, travel ideas and much more.

Spots & Stripes

Children's category: An earth-friendly brand formulated for the unique needs of tween/young teen skin (8 to 14 year-olds). Spots & Stripes steps in when the baby/child formulas don’t cut it anymore.

Luxury Cotswold Rentals

Travel category: The Luxury Cotswold Rentals difference is based on hand picking the best holiday cottages and private country houses available in this very popular part of the UK.


Business & Digital Innovation categories: Northern Europe’s largest online marketplace for listing, discovering and booking meeting spaces. brings convenience to booking spaces for meetings, workshops or photo shoots.


Startups category: Insurance for the sharing economy. GUARDHOG is dedicated to growing the peer-to-peer economy and is achieving this through the delivery of innovative and technology driven insurance solutions.


Useful category: Voted one of the UK’s 100 most exciting, fast-growth companies and winner of ‘UK Business of the Year‘ at the British Chamber of Commerce Awards 2017, AnyJunk is reinventing bulky waste collection with technology.

Great British Chefs

Food & Drink and Best Use of Social Media categories: One of the fastest growing food websites in the UK. Both sites are go-to destinations for foodies in search of recipe inspiration, technical expertise and the latest chef and restaurant news and reviews.

A Little Bird

Arts/Culture category: This insider’s guide to the best of culture and style in London tells you where to get tickets to Hamilton when it first opened to half price food at the new Caravan restaurant, it only recommends to its readers what they all love.

The List

Property category: From Conde Nast: an indispensable guide/directory for anybody wanting work done to their home by a design professional. You’ll find the best decorators, architects, landscape designers, specialists and makers on The List.