ODDLY is a creative web agency providing all services relating to website creation that extends far beyond the basic websites offered by many in Sri Lanka today. Focused on the final user experience, ODDLY understands that a business must have a website that is user-friendly, transformational, and future-ready. It promises to promote and provide only what works for the client and the end-user.
ODDLY provides a plethora of personalized and consistent services to the client. From web app development to mobile and tablet apps, experience strategy to technology consultancy, and from branding and identity to SEO and analytics, ODDLY provides it all. With an impressive list of clients that include IOC, Nissan, ARROW, Galle Fort Hotel, Carmudi, Find My Fare, and Altair, ODDLY is a presence to be reckoned with in the field, and they recently added another notch to their belt by winning at the Bestweb.lk Awards 2015.
Altair.lk, Altair’s website created by ODDLY, won the silver award for the best website in 2015 as well as the Gold award for the category of best advertising and marketing website. This year saw the highest number of websites registered for the competition. The Awards Ceremony will be held at the Kingsbury Hotel in Colombo on 13th August 2015. Held for the 6th time, BestWeb.lk 2015 recognized websites for their creativity and attractiveness.
With the understanding that websites are the front door of a business, the web-based competition provides an exclusive opportunity to promote and popularize Sri Lankan websites, while also introducing Sri Lankan talent to the world. This year, the categories awarded included best government website, best non-profit website, and best commercial website. The special categories included best Sinhala website, best Tamil website, and best web developer. The websites were judged by an expert panel of judges on technical criteria such as their completeness, navigation, and performance; design criteria; content criteria; and interaction criteria such as quality of interaction, privacy and security, and standards.