It’s barely a fortnight since the Modus designed and developed website, www.cnag.ie won An Suíomh Gaeilge is Fearr (Best Irish Language website) at the 2014 Realex Fire Irish Web Awards in Dublin. Now, the Conradh na Gaeilge website is up for another prestigious award. It has been shortlisted for the Best Irish Language category at the 2014 eircom Spiders. Good luck to the other nominees in the category:
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CnaG.ie, albeit with a different design, made the shortlist in that category last year as well as another Modus site, FutaFata.ie. Cnag.ie also made the shortlist in the Irish Arts, Heritage & Culture category.
The award ceremony is to be held at the National Convention Centre in Dublin on November 20th.